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How to improve those last 20 points.

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New post 16 Sep 2017, 20:26
I have studied all the question types and their strategies. I have studied all the math content and verbal content. I have taken many practice tests and become decent at timing.

My practice scores have been as follows (pretty near realistic testing conditions, and I do not have test anxiety):
Kaplan: 660 44Q 37V
Kaplan: 720 46Q 43V
Kaplan: 740 49Q 43V
GMAC: 760 49Q 44V
Kaplan: 710 49Q 39V (I was tired and sick)
Kaplan: 740 49Q 43V

I suppose if I took the GMAT tomorrow it would be around 740. I would like that to bring that up to 760, but it's not the end of the world if I don't.

How do I bump up those last 20 points? I am sort of out of ideas on how to improve other than sets and studying what I get wrong.
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New post 19 Sep 2017, 07:08
You should take the 6 official practice tests--those will be the best indicator of your score and will better prepare you for the real thing.
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