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# Gmat Prep - Q49

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28 Apr 2013, 08:35
Hi friends,

Yesterday, I used the test 1 of the GMAT Prep, and my score in Quant was 49. =) I have read that the most accurate predictor of our performance is this test.

However, I noticed that I failed in 14 questions. Is that possible? Is it possible to get a 49 although I failed in 14 questions? It is important to mention that most of those questions were more difficult than most questions in the OG.

Finally, if I have gotten a good score in quant, what should be my next steps in this section?

Thanks!
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29 Apr 2013, 14:04
what you mean by 29 the gmat is 200-800 score
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Hi friends,

Yesterday, I used the test 1 of the GMAT Prep, and my score in Quant was 49. =) I have read that the most accurate predictor of our performance is this test.

However, I noticed that I failed in 14 questions. Is that possible? Is it possible to get a 49 although I failed in 14 questions? It is important to mention that most of those questions were more difficult than most questions in the OG.

Finally, if I have gotten a good score in quant, what should be my next steps in this section?

Thanks!

Yes, it's perfectly normal. You could easily make many mistakes and still get a great score.
Go through this post to understand why: http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2010/08 ... algorithm/

Next step is to maintain momentum. Keep practicing and find out why those 14 questions were wrong - review the concepts where you had trouble.
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Get started with Veritas Prep GMAT On Demand for $199 Veritas Prep Reviews Manager Joined: 11 Aug 2012 Posts: 128 Schools: HBS '16, Stanford '16 Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 109 [0], given: 16 Re: Gmat Prep - Q49 [#permalink] ### Show Tags 09 May 2013, 21:39 VeritasPrepKarishma wrote: Yes, it's perfectly normal. You could easily make many mistakes and still get a great score. Go through this post to understand why: http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2010/08 ... algorithm/ Next step is to maintain momentum. Keep practicing and find out why those 14 questions were wrong - review the concepts where you had trouble. Thank you Karishma! At the begining, when I saw those 14 questions that I failed, I felt depressed. But surprised when I noticed that my score was 49 in Quant. My doubt now is when I should stop. When I could say: Ok, it's enough. I am ready. I would be fine with a 49 because I think that a 50 won't increase my overall score, right? In this sense, when could I say that I am ready for a 49? PS. I expect a 40-42 in Verbal. Thanks! Veritas Prep GMAT Instructor Joined: 16 Oct 2010 Posts: 7242 Location: Pune, India Followers: 2200 Kudos [?]: 14305 [0], given: 222 Re: Gmat Prep - Q49 [#permalink] ### Show Tags 11 May 2013, 06:32 danzig wrote: VeritasPrepKarishma wrote: Yes, it's perfectly normal. You could easily make many mistakes and still get a great score. Go through this post to understand why: http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2010/08 ... algorithm/ Next step is to maintain momentum. Keep practicing and find out why those 14 questions were wrong - review the concepts where you had trouble. Thank you Karishma! At the begining, when I saw those 14 questions that I failed, I felt depressed. But surprised when I noticed that my score was 49 in Quant. My doubt now is when I should stop. When I could say: Ok, it's enough. I am ready. I would be fine with a 49 because I think that a 50 won't increase my overall score, right? In this sense, when could I say that I am ready for a 49? PS. I expect a 40-42 in Verbal. Thanks! Yeah, that's the trouble with exams such as GMAT which don't have any defined syllabus. You always know that there is scope for improvement. You just need to take a call when you start seeing scores you like and set a date of a month later. The actual scores are usually a little lower than practice scores but a month's prep should be enough to offset it. _________________ Karishma Veritas Prep | GMAT Instructor My Blog Get started with Veritas Prep GMAT On Demand for$199

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