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I am not able to predict my score range! (12 days for test

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Diagnostic test - 440
2 months prep
Mgmat free test- 640
after 1 week preparation...
gmatprep1 - 640
after 3 days
gmatprep2- 630
I realized, I was making most of the mistakes in the first 10 questions because I was nervous. When I corrected that and attempted
gmat prep tests again after reseting the same 2 free tests, these were the results
gmatprep1-710
after 2 days
gmatprep2-730
and surprisingly, unlike what the forums told, not a single question repeated when I reset the tests and attempted again. So I am assuming that
my score range would be 700-730.

my gmat is on july13.
i wrote a mgmat test today, and got 620.

More than being disappointed, what I am worried about is that the questions in math were too hard. :( :( :(

I have read that mgmat is harder than real gmat and gmat prep is an accurate barometer.
But, I don't know what to make of it and I am really worried.

Did anyone else also find mgmat tests harder than real gmat exam?
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Thankyou so much for the prompt reply abhimahna
How many exams one should write 10 ideas before the exam ideally?

I need to work on my timing skills a lot so wanted to write one test a day.
But, after drop in score today, I think I am losing confidence. :?


Hi Viserion99 ,

Writing one test a day is a VERY BAD idea. This way you may end up screw your exam.

Since you have already practiced alot, I would prefer to take only 2 more exams now with a gap of 3 days. Make sure you are not taking any Mock atleast 3 days before the exam.

Also, you should focus more on the analysis of tests you have taken and concentrate on your weak areas.

All the best. :)
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Hi Viserion99 ,

Welcome to GMATClub. :)

Since your exam is approaching, please DONOT rely an any other source than the official ones.

I would prefer to take 1 or 2 mocks before 13th July. For this, I think you should but Exam Pack 1 or 2 and give those mocks.

Don't exhaust yourself. Try to remain as calm as you can.

All the best. :)
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Thankyou so much for the prompt reply abhimahna
How many exams one should write 10 days before the exam ideally?

I need to work on my timing skills a lot so wanted to write one test a day.
But, after drop in score today, I think I am losing confidence. :?
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