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09 Jan 2012, 05:32
Hi my friends:

Let me vent for you. I need only 400 on GMAT, no more. Ive been studying for almOst a month going back and forth between Kaplan and Princeton books. After that I tried Kaplan cat 1 and got 320. I feel so depressed. Then I've started challenging myself with OG 12. My average for the first 180 questions for the ps was 70%. And almost same avg for the rest.
My real GMAT test is on 20th of this month. Why my score in Kaplan was like that? Am I ready for 400 score? What should I do next ?

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09 Jan 2012, 09:52
It is impossible for us to know if you are "ready" for a 400. I would recommend that you take the GMATprep test from MBA.com. This will give you the best estimate of your real score.

Out of curiousity, what do you need the 400 score for?
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09 Jan 2012, 20:29
400 for MBA. I was thinking to move to another university, but my job only pays for it. Lol I don't want to miss this apportunity. I will try to take GMAT prep, but what about the manhattan practice tests? Are they the same?

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10 Jan 2012, 09:07
The Manhattan practice CATs can be considered "accurate", but honestly, I only know about their accuracy into the higher ranges of scores. I would recommend that you take the FREE GMATprep test from MBA.com because it will absolutely give you an accurate idea of how you're doing. Also, I would recommend that the books you purchase or study with are all about the basics. With just the basics in hand, you will be able to get that 400+ that you need. You will not have to be killing the toughest problems the GMAT has to offer. In fact, I would recommend that you skip the crazy tough ones and make sure to spend the time and get the questions YOU CAN get right. Best of luck to you!
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10 Jan 2012, 12:49
if you can practice all the questions from OG and analyze them well, i am sure you will get nothing less than a 550 on the GMAT!

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10 Jan 2012, 19:33
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