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My Gmat test date is just a week away. I did the exams on the POWERPREP CD ( from ETS), scored 700, 750. Then I went on to take tests from the Kaplan CD on which I scored 590, 620, 630. Earlier I had taken tests on the Powerprep website, recieved scores of 590, 630, 700.

Evidently, my scores span the whole range from 600-750 and I am worried that I am not constantly able to delived a targetted score(700+).

I would appreciate any tips from previous GMAT test takers (actual test) as to what kind of questions to expect on test day. ie, would the questions be on the level of the ones on: POWERPREP/KAPLAN/PRinceton Review.

Also on the math section, Permutations&Comibations aree the only areas i fear, does any one know if these questions are very likely to appear on the GMAT exam, because i didnt find many on the POWERPREP tests and even in
'The Official Guide for GMAT Review' by ETS.

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Could someone please answer my question?
My test date is around the corner. Any suggestions/information in this regard will be very helpful.
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Look at my post with subject "Frustrated Extremely" under the Share your GMAT experience.

I just took the GMAT on 5/3/03 and I had no comb/perm questions.

The quant is much harder than Kaplan/Princeton/Power Prep.

The verbal is similar to Power Prep.

I had only one probability question.

My essays were taken from the Official Guide.

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Thanks for the reply.
Are you saying that the essay topics came directly off from the Official Guide?

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Yes, that is what I am saying.

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sarathk wrote:
My Gmat test date is just a week away. I did the exams on the POWERPREP CD ( from ETS), scored 700, 750. Then I went on to take tests from the Kaplan CD on which I scored 590, 620, 630. Earlier I had taken tests on the Powerprep website, recieved scores of 590, 630, 700.

Evidently, my scores span the whole range from 600-750 and I am worried that I am not constantly able to delived a targetted score(700+).

I would appreciate any tips from previous GMAT test takers (actual test) as to what kind of questions to expect on test day. ie, would the questions be on the level of the ones on: POWERPREP/KAPLAN/PRinceton Review.

Also on the math section, Permutations&Comibations aree the only areas i fear, does any one know if these questions are very likely to appear on the GMAT exam, because i didnt find many on the POWERPREP tests and even in
'The Official Guide for GMAT Review' by ETS.



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