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# Abnormally high score on GMATPrep?

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27 Mar 2010, 12:15
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Scores on GMATPrep are quite representative , and may only give you an inflated score if you have answered questions that you have come across earlier.

Again the second test on your GMATPREP has always been a higher scoring one as compared to the first one, in my expeience , atleast for the first attempt.

I beleieve if you keep your nerves on your test date you may outdo your expected score.. Just take it easy a day before the test..

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29 Mar 2010, 00:41
A balanced score will serve you better than a lopsided one. So work on your quant in the next 6 days. Do you number theory well . It will help you on test date.

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29 Mar 2010, 02:15
jhenry42 wrote:
Thanks bhatiagp. I just took my last Kaplan CAT test (#6) and received a 690 (Q40, V51). Would you say that is in-line as well? I have read that Kaplan tests are becoming easier than they had been in the past. I hope the standard 50 points higher is still applicable. Eight more days until test day - I just need to get my Quant score up to make it more in line with verbal (this is odd because I have been in finance for 3+ years).

Thanks again.

What strategies did you apply and what did you use to practice to get V51???? V51 is massive.
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06 Apr 2010, 19:39
jhenry42 wrote:
bhatiagp,

Any suggestions for number property study materials or practice questions?

MGMAT Number properties will be a big help for you and also do check Number Properties part of GMAT MATH Book created by bunuel & walker. I have posted the pdf of the book. You can download it and do remember divisibility rules & cyclicity etc. I am attaching a document related to Cyclicity in a new post.
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06 Apr 2010, 23:06
I used Knewtons training program, and found it quite helpful. I also used Manhattans guide and its pretty useful and also practiced from the OG and Quant Review guide.

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06 Apr 2010, 23:13
jhenry42 wrote:
I just finished my second GMATPrep test and received a 740. (Q44, V48). I only missed one verbal question. I am somewhat concerned given my last GMATPrep test I received a 690 (Q44, V40), which was my highest score on practice tests to date and obviously not as high on verbal. I have been receiving 620-660 on Princeton Review and Kaplan tests.

I am aiming for a 710+ on my official test which is in a week. Could my 740 be inflated and give me a false sense of security? Thanks for any comments on similar situations.

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08 Apr 2010, 09:02
Hey,

I'm in a similar situation.

I got 680 on my first GMAT prep, and after a couple of months of studying, I got 760 on GMAT prep 2.

Anyway my exam is in a month so we'll see how the actual score correlates to the prep scores.

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