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How can I get out of the 340 range on the actual GMAT?

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New post 07 Feb 2007, 13:41
Hello All ,

I am new to the sight and thought this would be a good thread. I have taken the GMAT twice and have scored in the 380's twice. I am so frusterated with these scores and dont know what the problem is. I have take Kaplan and Manhatten courses. I have scored in the 570's for kaplan. I just dont understand why there is such of a big difference from my GMAT score and My Kaplan score. Does anyone have suggestions on what I should do? Does anyone have a good study plan on something I can do everday to improve my chances on th actual GMAT. I am looking to take the test again on March 10th.

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New post 07 Feb 2007, 13:53
What were your scores in GMATprep? Those are better at predicting actual scores. Other than that, analyze whether nerves or anything else affected your scores.

On the strategies, read the stickies from people who have made the kind of improvement you are looking at.

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It could be nerves but how does one overcme nerves? On the GMat prep I did score low :cry:

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You did not give a breakdown of your Q, V scores

I would say start by identifying your weaknesses and then revising the basics in those. Once your basics are strong, it should be easier to keep your nerves :-)

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New post 26 Mar 2007, 10:14
The toughest part right now is probably to figure out where to start..right? Know your basics. If you think " Oh ya I already know them". Doesn't hurt to review them once again. I did this and it helps! The GMAX material is great. Also, the MGMAT books are good. After this, I'd start with the OG. The questions start from easy to medium and then tough. Keep an error log as you go along. This will help you determine which topic you need to go back to the basics to revisit. Hope my 2 cents helps....
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