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# How many points is realistic to improve each week?

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06 Nov 2006, 08:10
Hi all,

Just a question for all experienced GMAT students...

I am wondering what is realistic in terms of how many points one could improve on ones GMAT score in a week?

I feel I am beginning to make progress after a few months of study (it's been a long road form as non-quant guy...), but am still really lagging on Quant. I am currently hitting around 600 on Prep tests (AWA included for time), Verbal at 75%.

I sit in 3 weeks, do you think I am being realistic in aiming to improve by 50-60 points, and get up to a 660?

Thanks. J

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