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# How prepared am I?

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05 Apr 2010, 09:22
I'm taking the GMAT in 3 days. Having worked through the OG guide (11th edition, combined verbal math, not the separate workout ones), I am now* going back through it and finding the problems pretty trivial. It's been a while since I worked through that book as I had switched to GMAT club problems, GMATPrep and others, and I wanted to know how this will translate to on the real thing. I'm shooting for the 650 area and I was hoping this book would be a good indication of how that'll go.

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05 Apr 2010, 09:55
It is really diffucult to predict one's performance based on the prep material used. I do not want to demotivate you, but i would not have felt comfortable taking the test in 3 days without a good mock test score . I will recommend you to take GMATPrep test (the official mock CAT from mba.com)or Manhattan GMAT Mock Test. Take the complete test (including AWAs) and check where you stand. Score on GMATPrep is very close to the actual one you get.

All The Best and let me know who you fared on the G-Day.
-Prabir
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05 Apr 2010, 11:27
Like I said, I've taken the GMATPrep tests a few times. My last one was a 660, having increased from a previous 630 and 620 before that. That was after having taken the real GMAT where I scored a disappointing 540 having received a 570 and a 520 on 2 practice tests before it

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Location: United States (NC)
Concentration: Strategy, Finance
Schools: UNC (Kenan-Flagler) - Class of 2013
GMAT 1: 720 Q49 V39
WE: Programming (Computer Software)
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05 Apr 2010, 12:43
http://gmatclub.com/gmat-score-estimate/

that can help you estimate your score.. other than that i dont think anyone can ever know how prepared until they take it. Some people here thought they did super great but bombed while others thought they did ok but actually got higher than their average CATs.
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05 Apr 2010, 20:52
Honestly, why do you really care? Just stay calm, and you will nail it....
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