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14 Jul 2007, 10:20
Okay, this is totally cheesy. But I am taking my test next weekend and want to hear from you guys. Am I ready to take this thing and be done with it? Target score is 680-700. Here are my practice scores:

6\15: 690 (Q46, V38)
6\30: 720 (Q44, V45)

Princeton Review

5\27: 690 (Q45, V40)
7\3: 720 (Q47, V43)

GMAT Prep

7\14: 680 (Q44, V39)

A little encouragement can go a long way.....

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14 Jul 2007, 14:17
I'd say you are, you would know your weakness well so as far as you feel it is covered you are ready and your scores do show you have covered bases.

I have spent about last 6-7 weeks, I started with SC prep and got to about 80% accuracy in 25 set of SC 1000 consistent. Then spent 3-4 weeks to solidify MATH. I am 5 weeks from my target date and haven't taken any test yet. I am hoping I will get to scores like yours in next 3 weeks, esp after next week I take 3 weeks off at work to get this done.

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14 Jul 2007, 15:02
I would say you are right where you want to be.

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16 Jul 2007, 09:20
Just took my last GMAT Prep Test:

690 (Q42, V42)

feeling good....

Wish me luck. 6 days away.

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16 Jul 2007, 09:23
Hey, Good luck mate. Update us about your real score once you are done with the real test

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16 Jul 2007, 11:16
At this point, just stay relaxed and positive. Keep your brain warm with exercise questions. Good luck.

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16 Jul 2007, 14:11
690 is a great score. You are definitely ready for the real test.
Good luck and try to relax before the big day. Don't forget to post the debrief!

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21 Jul 2007, 10:50
Took the offical GMAT this morning. What can I say. The results were disappointing:

640 (Q37, V40)

Not sure where I went wrong. Felt in control of the test the entire time and thought I was doing very well.

This is the second time I have taken the test. First result was 600.

I think I am done. I really have given this my all. Thought I would do better, considering my practice scores were in the 680-720 range. Not sure how much more preperation there is. I set the bar very high for myself, but I have to realize at the end of the day my score is not that bad.

Guess I just have to focus on the rest of my applications. GMAT is just a piece, just a number. It does not define who I am!

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23 Jul 2007, 04:59
hi,I wanted to ask if you did the essays when you took the test preps before the actual gmat.

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23 Jul 2007, 07:13
Not everytime, but I made sure to a couple of times just to keep my stamina in order.

snow wolf wrote:
hi,I wanted to ask if you did the essays when you
took the test preps before the actual gmat.

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23 Jul 2007, 10:16
Hi.

I'm scared as well that I might not do as good in the GMAT as I am doing in the GMATprep. How different is it? Is it that harder?

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23 Jul 2007, 10:46
Well, that was the problem. I found the Quant to be much easier. Of course, it is clear that I was just dealing with easy level questions. But all in all, I found the actual test very similar to GMAT Prep.

In retrospect, I must have screwed up a couple of the early questions. Just dumb errors, no reason I should have gotten those questions wrong. Have a huge feeling of "if I could go back in time...."

This is the second time I have taken the test, so I don't think I should take it again. I should just craft the best possible applications and go to war with what I have.

My #1 choice at this point is USC. Also like UNC. What do you guys think about my chances?

gablaze23 wrote:
Hi.

I'm scared as well that I might not do as good in the GMAT as I am doing in the GMATprep. How different is it? Is it that harder?

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23 Jul 2007, 11:24
On second thought, don't answer that question! Way more I would need to provide in order to see what my chances are. Not just my GMAT score!

[quote="GMATforFal08"]Well, that was the problem. I found the Quant to be much easier. Of course, it is clear that I was just dealing with easy level questions. But all in all, I found the actual test very similar to GMAT Prep.

In retrospect, I must have screwed up a couple of the early questions. Just dumb errors, no reason I should have gotten those questions wrong. Have a huge feeling of "if I could go back in time...."

This is the second time I have taken the test, so I don't think I should take it again. I should just craft the best possible applications and go to war with what I have.

My #1 choice at this point is USC. Also like UNC. What do you guys think about my chances?

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23 Jul 2007, 12:38
[quote="GMATforFal08"]Took the offical GMAT this morning. What can I say. The results were disappointing:

640 (Q37, V40)

Not sure where I went wrong. Felt in control of the test the entire time and thought I was doing very well.

This is the second time I have taken the test. First result was 600.

I think I am done. I really have given this my all. Thought I would do better, considering my practice scores were in the 680-720 range. Not sure how much more preperation there is. I set the bar very high for myself, but I have to realize at the end of the day my score is not that bad.

Guess I just have to focus on the rest of my applications. GMAT is just a piece, just a number. It does not define who I am![/quote]

Not that you should listen to my advice and take my opinion into consideration but I think that you should take the GMAT again... You are consistently getting good verbal scores and, imo, this is too big of an advantage to let go. Again, you know what your level is much better than I do, but I feel that you can definitelly improve your quant score...

Good luck, whatever you decide to do.

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05 Dec 2007, 13:41
so what was ur final score?

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15 Dec 2007, 18:16
I am surprised you scored high on MGMAT than GMatprep, but if you are scoring in the 700 range on MGMAT, i would say you are ready

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