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GMAT in 7 days

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New post 18 Jul 2017, 08:01
Dear Experts,

I have my GMAT exam on 26th July and i have taken 2 tests in the last 3 days.
MGMAT- 690(Q48 V36)
GMATPrep - 660(Q49 V30)
My target score is 700.
Should i go ahead with the exam or reschedule it by another 10 days.
I am stuck in RC & CR with around 60 % accuracy and SC is above average with 80-90 %.
So is there any point in extending my date further.
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New post 18 Jul 2017, 08:11
Before you think about rescheduling the exam i would suggest you to look back and see if
1. you have already given enough time to CR and RC
2. Have you practiced enough from the OG
3. Are you missing on any basic

I would suggest you to look into the above things and evaluate. If two out of three you have done then do not reschedule, otherwise reschedule the exam. But not by 10 days. go for around 15-20 days so that you can break down your prep in brushing/learning the basic concepts and practicing hard from OG only.

Else, go ahead and practice on accuracy rather than timing and learn to skip a few questions in between (CR preferably, since skipping RC means skipping the 3-4 questions together)

All the best!!

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New post 18 Jul 2017, 08:25
Thanks for such a quick reply.

1. you have already given enough time to CR and RC. I think i have given enough time to both the sections, its just that during the paper i get stuck.
2. Have you practiced enough from the OG. I have solved all the problems from OG
3. Are you missing on any basic.I have gone through the basics at least once ,but in case of RC i am not that confident with the strategy.

Besides the above mentioned points i think the only impediment between me and 700 is nervousness,which is something i am working upon.
Rest if you can give me any tips that would help me to avoid silly mistakes in CR & RC .

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New post 18 Jul 2017, 09:23
Since you are ticking more or less all the points. You should not reschedule the exam IMO.

Since it is only nervousness, the only way to over come is PRACTICE!!
And not just questions from book and forum. Take as many test you can in next 3-4 days and leave remaining 2-3 days to revise your concepts.

All the best!! \m/
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