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05 Oct 2005, 10:08
I took the exam last week and got a 680 (had a bad day) - was very disappointed - took it today, got a 730 (Q:50, V: 40). I think I am finally done!!!

Thanks a lot to all you guys who answered the questions I had posted!!!

Good luck to the future GMAT-takers!!!

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05 Oct 2005, 21:46
Congratulations buddy, that's really good show, you climbed just in one week!

What do you think were the mistakes you made before? Let us learn from your experience.

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06 Oct 2005, 03:48
Between the two exams, I studied for maybe a total of 10-12 hours. I took my mind off studying and relaxed and hung out with friends quite a bit. I feel I studied too much and burned myself out the first time around.

The test center was very warm the first time and I went into the exam with a headache. I made sure to wear appropriate clothing during my second shot.

During my second shot, I finished the Essay and the Quant sections with quite a bit of time left, but had to rush through the last 6-10 questions on verbal (less than 1 minute/question). However, paying closer attention to the questions in the beginning certainly helped, though I should have paced myself.

Let me know if you have any specific questions and I will be more than happy to answer them.

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06 Oct 2005, 15:04
Great job! I thought that there was a 1 month period before taking the test again? I can't remember who told me that or where I read it.

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06 Oct 2005, 15:30
You can take it only once per calendar month. But that means you can take it at the end of one month and the start of the next.

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07 Oct 2005, 20:01
Exactly! The calendar month does not mean 30 days. Hence I was able to take it on Sept. 28th and then again on Oct. 5th. In addition, you can not take it more than 5 times a year.

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