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# Am I lucky?

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22 Oct 2007, 22:08
I took the GMAT today. I got a 700 (Q47, V38). I had been scoring in the 690-720 range in all my GMATPreps, so this score is close. The only thing I question is that with the sectional scaled scores, I should have got 680 or 690 tops....but hey, I'm not complaining

GMAT done...I don't think I'll undertake such an effort again...I'm satisfied with a mere 700. It does make me feel a little small when I read about people with 720 and beyond. It seems quite a norm on this forum.
I benefited a lot from this forum and for that I thank everyone...
cheers

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22 Oct 2007, 22:23
Congrats!

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23 Oct 2007, 01:10
saurster wrote:
I took the GMAT today. I got a 700 (Q47, V38). I had been scoring in the 690-720 range in all my GMATPreps, so this score is close. The only thing I question is that with the sectional scaled scores, I should have got 680 or 690 tops....but hey, I'm not complaining

GMAT done...I don't think I'll undertake such an effort again...I'm satisfied with a mere 700. It does make me feel a little small when I read about people with 720 and beyond. It seems quite a norm on this forum.
I benefited a lot from this forum and for that I thank everyone...
cheers

Hi Saurster, first of all congratulations for this victory over GMAT

tell me -
1) when u take first GMATPrep?
2) When u take 2nd GMATPrep?
3) How much time did you devote for GMAT preparation?
4) Which books helped u lot?

thanks ..

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23 Oct 2007, 08:15
tell me -
1) when u take first GMATPrep?
>>Took a month ago to assess where I was at got a 700

2) When u take 2nd GMATPrep?
>>Took a week before the real test got a 650, took one again (repeat) two days before the test, got a 710

3) How much time did you devote for GMAT preparation?
>>Devoted about 2 months of interrupted study

4) Which books helped u lot?
>>OG, Manhattan SC, OG supplements and of course GMAT Club challenges, I must recommend these. I did all 25.

Good Luck

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23 Oct 2007, 09:52
There's nothing small about a 700. This is a score that nearly all of my students would be elated about! It is a perfectly balanced score

Kevin Armstrong
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23 Oct 2007, 12:52
You shouldn't feel "small" at all. 700 is a great score. You have joined the 700 club, you should feel great. This forum is very daunting, with a ton of high scores. What you should know, is that you're one of them now. I don't know the exact percentage for a 700, but I'm guessing its above 90th percentile. Just think, your score was better than 90% of all other test scores taken in the last 2-3 years. That's impressive!

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23 Oct 2007, 12:56
Congrats!

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