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13 Jun 2013, 20:00
hi all, great forum and been reading extensively.

guys, i have the GMAT saturday afternoon and need a 450 to get in to the school i applied to.

i have taken the gamt previously and scored a 350 with no prep. i assumed it was not that difficult. this time around im in a pinch and need to take gmat right away to begin summer classes.

ive read some of the posts on here regarding prep material reviews. picked up kaplan gmat verbal/math workbook. felt i wanted to begin with a good base so i started with kaplan verbal/math foundations. breezed through all that and felt good. now ive hit a wall.

studying kaplan math workbook and its nothing like what i thought. basically, i need to score 450. figured if i could get 350 with no prep 450 would be possible. not sure and im flipping.

again, ive studied kaplan verbal/math foundations. now working kaplan math workback arithmetic and im just grinding.

my question here is.

what should i do at this point to reach the 450 i need. CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP!!!!

im thinking right now if i study arithmetic and algrebra basic, then jump to verbal workbook and get a good understanding on SC rules that i MIGHT be OKAY?!?!?!?!!?!?!

how can i ensure the 450 at this point. ive looked at the percentiles and belive ive got to be capable of scoring 20th percentile with a 450. hell i was 350 with no study. but ive read so many different horror stories on here and now getting experience w actual questions and im very fearful.

thanks again for any help guys.

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14 Jun 2013, 21:12
exam day is upon me. quick update.

to all those who have the pressure to score above 700 on the gmat. i say good luck. i would want no part of it.

i have reviewed two previous GMAT exams i have taken without prep. realized i did well in verbal. comparitively speaking t quantitiative, where as waas awful.. lol. bad. dont even wanna say but will note i can only go up. verbal i hit what i need. with the prep ive completed i should be good to go in verbal. kaplans theories on RC - topic, scope, purpose will benefit me.

with that said i feel good about the 450. i reviewed math workbook and foundations and should proceed well. if not i hammer math and im good.

given im practicing to become a cpa and have that exam next i have those battles to focus on going forward. the GMAT prep was beneficial in a variety of ways.

well best of luck to you all and this is a very pleasant site for those encountering the vaunted GMAT exam.

Best Wishes,

Rod

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