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26 Dec 2007, 05:46
I took my first gmat prep and got a 38 on the quant section. I actually found it quite difficult but after taking it for a while i got used to it. after the test i realized that i made stupid mistakes that cost me points. i think it was because i was so nervous taking the first time. Has anyone found out the the gmat prep math to be a little harder than the rea gamt math?

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26 Dec 2007, 12:10
It seems the otherway round. GMAT PREP has questions from OG and seems easier than the real GMAT. You can never expect to see OG questions in the GMAT.

I scored 48 and 49 in GPREP but hit my low of 44 (<75 percentile) during the real GMAT.

Let me assure you that the score from GMAT prep (assuming you religiously follow the GMAT rules) is right on the money with actual GMAT.

So if you are not satisfied with your score at GMAT prep a week before GMAT then its very unlikely the score from actual GMATs will WoW you !

Good Luck

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