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28 Apr 2013, 06:21
I took the test a few weeks ago amd got a 660. I rescheduled the test for about 40 days from now. What do you suggest the best prep is to bring up my score. I have been studying for a long time at this point, so not knowing math formulas isnt my issue. My breakout was mid 60s math and high 70s verbal. Thanks in advance.

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30 Apr 2013, 05:31
not enough information.
From where did you study, your practice scores, what do you think is your strength/weakness, score split etc. Try to provide as much information as you can so that people can chip in with valuable suggestions.

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30 Apr 2013, 06:14
I used the OG guides and supplemental materials. My practice test scores (took 5 of them) are anywhere from 660-690, with my math always in 60-70 range and my verbal in the 80-90 range. When I do math problems in the books, i do pretty well, but it never translates into anything on the test (timing is not that big an issue).

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