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29 Oct 2007, 16:10
Hi guys,

I bought the 5 test set from 800Score (http://www.800score.com), and I am confused.

I began my gmat career with GMATprep. I did the two tests, scored around 700.

800Score was completely different. After finishing the first test, I got Q42 and V31. Though I feel a bit discouraged, on the other hand, there must be a lot areas where I can improve my score.

Who else here has experience with 800Score? What are your experiences?

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30 Oct 2007, 02:38
I do not know what is the case with 800.

GMATprep is the one that can show you where you stand.

If you have scored around 700 in GMATprep1 and GMATprep2 and you are in the beginning, you will then ace the GMAT with no problem.

Obviously, you belong to the club of the guys who can score > 750 with 2 weeks study

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30 Oct 2007, 21:03
I think there's a sticky on here somewhere...most people say do NOT do the 800score.com tests. The most reliable ones are GMATPrep and Princeton Review.

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800 score tests seem way off [#permalink]

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01 Nov 2007, 05:38
I agree - the 800score tests seem way off. I scored 710 (Q45, V41) on my first GMATPrep with a couple weeks of studing and I barely hit 38 in Q and even got 27 in V!!! I am really hoping they are messing around with the scores to convince you to take their prep classes and materials.

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Re: 800 score tests seem way off [#permalink]

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02 Nov 2007, 13:31
cstefanita wrote:
I agree - the 800score tests seem way off. I scored 710 (Q45, V41) on my first GMATPrep with a couple weeks of studing and I barely hit 38 in Q and even got 27 in V!!! I am really hoping they are messing around with the scores to convince you to take their prep classes and materials.

Thank God I'm not the only one.

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05 Nov 2007, 13:42
hey just dont touch 800scores ...... it does'nt work out for GMAT .Its designed such that u score less......so never mind keep going.

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05 Nov 2007, 13:42
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