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took the test today and only got a 600. I've taken the GMATprep tests from mba.com and scored 650-700 on it. Took the princeton review and got a 650. I ran out of time on the math and was in a panic towards the end and had to guess on a good handful of questions. I thought I was doing well on the verbal but apparently not. end with Q37 and V34.

any advice? I need to take it again on 10/4!!! needless to say, i'm going to be even more anxious this time around. I wouldn't be so stressed if my undergrad GPA was higher. i have way below a 3.0.

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What was the breakdown of your score when you had scored 700 on GMAT Prep ?

If you scored a 700 - your knowledge shouldn't be bad. But if you ran out of time and paniced in the test, you should practice more CAT until you get comfortable and learn how to manage your time and stay calm.


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took the test today and only got a 600. I've taken the GMATprep tests from mba.com and scored 650-700 on it. Took the princeton review and got a 650. I ran out of time on the math and was in a panic towards the end and had to guess on a good handful of questions. I thought I was doing well on the verbal but apparently not. end with Q37 and V34.

any advice? I need to take it again on 10/4!!! needless to say, i'm going to be even more anxious this time around. I wouldn't be so stressed if my undergrad GPA was higher. i have way below a 3.0.

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[quote="gmatdelight"]What was the breakdown of your score when you had scored 700 on GMAT Prep ?

If you scored a 700 - your knowledge shouldn't be bad. But if you ran out of time and paniced in the test, you should practice more CAT until you get comfortable and learn how to manage your time and stay calm.


Q48, and V38. any ideas on how I can raise my verbal? thanks.

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