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# How to improve score from 700 to 750+

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11 Sep 2007, 00:57
Hi,

I took two gmatprep tests. I got 720, 720. Can anyone pls clarify my doubts:

1. I really bother - I got some questions in my test which are repetetions of OG 10 or OG 11 questions. So I am not sure how true would my above scores simulate my actual scores.

2. I still have two weeks. What kind of practice needed to improve the score from this point.

Thanks.

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11 Sep 2007, 08:55
Hmm...it really depends...on the real gmat i remember seeing 2 questions straight from the OG book (one on probability, and one on area). i was always tight on time in quant, so if i saw a repeated question on a prep test, i would easily save a minute or two. if this is a problem for you, on future prep tests, if you see a repeated question use the full 2 mins to answer the question so your time remaining for other questions is as representative as possible.

two weeks up to the exam i would work on building your confidence, rereviewing weak areas, and avoiding burnout. also, take care of your health - i got partially sick the week of my GMAT!

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# How to improve score from 700 to 750+

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