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# GMAT on Monday July 21st

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17 Jul 2008, 11:28
Guys,

I am schedule take the exam on Monday at 2:00pm. As of right now, I am freaking out because I did a GMAT challenge test 21 and I got 20/37 for quant and 28/41 for verbal test number 5. My average verbal score on the quant challenges is 29/41 and 23 for the quant (score range 20 -27). I know most people say that the quant challenges are more difficult than the real test, however, I am still very worried about what my quant performance will look like come G-day. I am currently focusing on OG 11 to fine tune any missing gaps in my knowledge base, especially for verbal.

Can anyone offer any advise on what I should be doing over the next couple of days?

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17 Jul 2008, 11:37
Do the practice tests from mba.com a few times. The score they give you should be close to what you'll get come D day.

Look at the mistakes you made and make sure you understand them what you did wrong.

And the morning before your test... take it easy. It's too late to change anything. Don't burn yourself out working on more problems for 2-3 hours just before the exam. You don't wanna be tired when you take the GMAT as it's four hour long and you'll make tons of stupid mistakes.

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17 Jul 2008, 11:41
The problem is I have done the gprep exams so many times that my scores a skewed towards the high end. I know how to do almost all the questions from the software and I am unsure how much it will me at this point.

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17 Jul 2008, 13:02
good luck!

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