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18 Aug 2006, 06:56
Taken three tests in the last week and got 580 in all of them!! Pretty consistent stuff.

Last score was GMAT prep 1

Quant 39
Verbal 31
Total 580

Wanting to take the test soonish but need to get my score up to the 600 score to get into the Uni i desire.....i know it is hard to guess with all the algorithems out there ??? but how many more questions do i typically need to get to hit the 600 mark??... as in approx ..would it be 2/3 or 5/6???

Also first time i took GMAt prep and noticed that unlike Powerprep it doesnt give you the explanations ..just the answers. Is that right or am i computer challenged??!!!

Would apprecite any feedback on the two points..cheers guys and have a good weekend!!!

Jules

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18 Aug 2006, 06:59
How many did you get wrong?

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18 Aug 2006, 07:02
James,

Quant 17 incorrect (from 37)
Verbal 17 incorrect (from 41)

Thanks

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Schools: Chicago (Booth) - Class of 2009
GMAT 1: 730 Q45 V45

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18 Aug 2006, 07:54
Number wrong doesnt mean much - its WHICH ones you got right and wrong that matters.

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20 Aug 2006, 05:49
I started my prep with OG Math Review and Verbal Review, and then I plan to do the OG11. My reasoning was I heard the PowerPrep questsions are taken from OG11. Want to give fresh shot at PowerPrep, before doing OG11

The last 10 - 15 questions in each section ( i.e RC, CR, SC ) have been little harder than the initial ones. My strike rate have been lot better at the beginning than the end. Did anyone else experience same?
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GMAT Club Legend
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Schools: Chicago (Booth) - Class of 2009
GMAT 1: 730 Q45 V45

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20 Aug 2006, 06:26
That makes sense.

What is happening is that you are getting a "medium" difficulty question early on, getting it right, getting a slightly harder question... then a slightly harder one.. As you progress, you start getting some wrong - then you get a slightly easier question (but by now you are getting "hard" questions because you already got the "medium" ones wrong), you maybe get that right, then a harder question.. so it makes sense you'd get more wrong towards the end of the exam than towards the beginning.

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20 Aug 2006, 11:46
Yup.

In 1 test I got 10 wrong and got a 48.

Another test I got 13 wrong and got a 49.

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