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I need some advice and courage from you guys?

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Hi all members, I’m not native speaker and studying on Gmat , I posted here one and a half months ago and asked you some questions to get at least 550 from GMAT until June. After that day , I took 2 Cat exams from Manhattan and first one was 410 and second was 530 ( which is my best ever) My question is ; it seems that I’m really close to my target score 550 but how many percent does Manhattan score reflect our real Gmat performance if everything goes well in the real exam? Can you tell me your experiences about taking Gmat after practicing with Manhattan? I have still 6 Cat exams and time to study but I just want to get relaxed if I’m on the right way.


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Hi all members, I’m not native speaker and studying on Gmat , I posted here one and a half months ago and asked you some questions to get at least 550 from GMAT until June. After that day , I took 2 Cat exams from Manhattan and first one was 410 and second was 530 ( which is my best ever) My question is ; it seems that I’m really close to my target score 550 but how many percent does Manhattan score reflect our real Gmat performance if everything goes well in the real exam? Can you tell me your experiences about taking Gmat after practicing with Manhattan? I have still 6 Cat exams and time to study but I just want to get relaxed if I’m on the right way.
That 530 is a good sign, but you should also take one of the free GMATPrep practice tests. Those tests are the closest to the real thing.
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oguncakmak wrote:
Hi all members, I’m not native speaker and studying on Gmat , I posted here one and a half months ago and asked you some questions to get at least 550 from GMAT until June. After that day , I took 2 Cat exams from Manhattan and first one was 410 and second was 530 ( which is my best ever) My question is ; it seems that I’m really close to my target score 550 but how many percent does Manhattan score reflect our real Gmat performance if everything goes well in the real exam? Can you tell me your experiences about taking Gmat after practicing with Manhattan? I have still 6 Cat exams and time to study but I just want to get relaxed if I’m on the right way.


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It is a good sign that you are so close to your desired score. As Ajitesh mentioned, GMATPREP tests are closest to the actual exam, you should take one free gmatprep cat to check where you actually stand.
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oguncakmak wrote:
Hi all members, I’m not native speaker and studying on Gmat , I posted here one and a half months ago and asked you some questions to get at least 550 from GMAT until June. After that day , I took 2 Cat exams from Manhattan and first one was 410 and second was 530 ( which is my best ever) My question is ; it seems that I’m really close to my target score 550 but how many percent does Manhattan score reflect our real Gmat performance if everything goes well in the real exam? Can you tell me your experiences about taking Gmat after practicing with Manhattan? I have still 6 Cat exams and time to study but I just want to get relaxed if I’m on the right way.


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As everybody said, you should go for GMAT prep free tests to actual get an idea where you stand. For MANHATTAN tests, I would say they are a bit more difficult in comparison to actual GMAT test, but MANHATTAN test algorithm is a bit lenient. It inflates your score a bit IMO. Manhattan guides are really good, so can go with those.

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