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Scored 700. Q47 V39

Despite getting 13 questions wrong in quant and 12 questions wrong in verbal.

This was my first GMAT Prep mock. I've only been giving TPR mocks up until now and even 5-6 incorrect responses (in each section) on those mocks bring down the score to 650-680.

GMAT Prep mock was certainly tougher than the TPR mocks
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Q47 is 63 percentile, so the score you have got is not at all liberal.
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That seems to be on the high side for number of questions wrong - and still getting 700. Even Q47 for 13 wrong seems on the high side.

Yet, the level of difficulty of those questions matters - and experimental ones are removed from the calculation on the real exam.

Well, save the other GMATPrep tests for the week before your real test.

Try the GMAT Pill Practice test here: www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-test/practice-test

That said, focus less on the scoring algorithm and more on doing what you can to improve so you answer as many correct as you can -- in as little time as posssible -- ideally with minimal, but effective study time.

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I take the test on November 3rd. How do I go about taking my remaining mocks? I plan to take all the free mocks out there

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