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Aiming for a 670+

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In order to get a score of 670+, how many questions can I afford to make mistakes in quants and verbal individually?
Currently ranging around 10-12 wrong in quants and 12-14 in verbal


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Kp1703 wrote:
In order to get a score of 670+, how many questions can I afford to make mistakes in quants and verbal individually?
Currently ranging around 10-12 wrong in quants and 12-14 in verbal


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Hey buddy,

in general it is not about "how many" questions you answer incorrectly but rather which questions.

You may achieve a great score with 8-9 mistakes in each section on really hard questions, while the same number of mistakes could lead to a subpar score if the questions which you answer incorrectly are of the "easy" category.

Always keep in mind that the GMAT is a CAT.

Hope this helps.

Best regards & all the best for your prep,
Chris
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A couple of things that helped me in verbal:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-strategies-268700.html#p2082192

Gmat Prep CAT #1: V42, Q34, 630
Gmat Prep CAT #2: V46, Q35, 660
Gmat Prep CAT #3: V41, Q42, 680

On the mission to improve my quant score, all help is appreciated! :)

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Kp1703 wrote:
In order to get a score of 670+, how many questions can I afford to make mistakes in quants and verbal individually?
Currently ranging around 10-12 wrong in quants and 12-14 in verbal


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Hey buddy,

in general it is not about "how many" questions you answer incorrectly but rather which questions.

You may achieve a great score with 8-9 mistakes in each section on really hard questions, while the same number of mistakes could lead to a subpar score if the questions which you answer incorrectly are of the "easy" category.

Always keep in mind that the GMAT is a CAT.

Hope this helps.

Best regards & all the best for your prep,
Chris


Gave two kaplan tests, got a 670 and 640 ( obviously planning to give more) just wanted to know where I stand in terms of my target score


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