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02 Jan 2007, 14:25
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I have started solving OG 10th Edition I finished the first 441 questions for Problem Solving. Have not practiced data sufficiency questions at all. Didn't practice much on Verbal as well just few basic rules of Grammer from Princeton Review. After doing this I thought of taking a diagonistic test just to gauge myself and I took the 1st GMATPrep (software available online at gmac.com) test and scored 470 (Q-37, V-17). I have left the 2nd test to take before my actual GMATs. I am highly disasppointed with this score. As I was expecting to score at least 550 as I plan to score 700+ in my actual GMAT.

Do you guys think this is achieveable?
I work full time and just find it hard to allocate time for study and discipline myself to sit and study for GMAT any pointers on that?
What should be my Preparation Road MAP? This includes what material should I use and if somebody has a week to week break down of milestones?

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thank you all I find this website very helpful and inspiring. Keep on the good work.

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03 Jan 2007, 10:13
yes you can definately do that, keep it up and follow this site
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03 Jan 2007, 13:58
GoalTexasTech,

Can you or anybody else in this forum help me understand how the score is calculated for the GMAT exam.

I want to understand things like if I answer first 20 Qs correctly I will get a higher percentile as compared to answer 30 Qs correctly over all. I don't understand how they come up with the score.

Thank you in advance for the help.
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03 Jan 2007, 13:58
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