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New post 30 Jul 2017, 23:09
Hi everybody
I gave Gmat in feb and got a score 640, Q-42,v-37
Please analyze my ESR for very low quant score.In none of my GMATPREP tests I got Below Q-49 and also never got Q-51.So my quant score was a shock.
I am giving my xam again on 5th Aug,2017. So experts kindly advice me where i went wrong.
I am attaching my ESR of Quant and Verbal.

Thanx in advance.
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Here is my most recent ESR (750: Q50, V42, IR8, 6 AWA).

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New post 12 Sep 2017, 11:19
lin11 wrote:
Hello, I would just like to add my ESR. I scored a 780 overall with a 51Q and 48V. I had not originally planned on ordering it considering my score, but felt it may be useful data for those who are wanting to know what it takes to receive a high score. Plus, I was quite curious!

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Only 1 question wrong in verbal and V48 for only 1 wrong and that too the difficulty is off the charts(literally ), I thought at least 790 would be the result of this.

what do you guys think?
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GMAT PREP1: 660 ( Q50, V30). (SC 27, RC 22, CR 41).
Manhattan 1: 650 ( Q45, V34).
Manhattan 2: 680 ( Q46, V36).
GMAT PREP2: 740 ( Q50, V40). (SC 40, RC 42, CR 37).
Manhattan 3: 710 ( Q48, V39).

GMAT PREP3: 750 ( Q51, V40). (SC 38, RC 51, CR 36).
Manhattan 4: 700 ( Q47, V38).
GMAT PREP4: 760 (Q50, V42). (SC 41, RC 51, CR 42).

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lin11 wrote:
Hello, I would just like to add my ESR. I scored a 780 overall with a 51Q and 48V. I had not originally planned on ordering it considering my score, but felt it may be useful data for those who are wanting to know what it takes to receive a high score. Plus, I was quite curious!

best,
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Only 1 question wrong in verbal and V48 for only 1 wrong and that too the difficulty is off the charts(literally ), I thought at least 790 would be the result of this.

what do you guys think?


I think that the only way to score a 790 is to get a 51/51 (100% correct) on Verbal, because a perfect 51 on Verbal is much less common than a perfect 51 on Quant. Also, let's congratulate lin11 on being only 1 question away from a perfect 800! Amazing job.
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New post 12 Sep 2017, 18:49
mcelroytutoring wrote:
DIII wrote:
lin11 wrote:
Hello, I would just like to add my ESR. I scored a 780 overall with a 51Q and 48V. I had not originally planned on ordering it considering my score, but felt it may be useful data for those who are wanting to know what it takes to receive a high score. Plus, I was quite curious!

best,
lin


Only 1 question wrong in verbal and V48 for only 1 wrong and that too the difficulty is off the charts(literally ), I thought at least 790 would be the result of this.

what do you guys think?


I think that the only way to score a 790 is to get a 51/51 (100% correct) on Verbal, because a perfect 51 on Verbal is much less common than a perfect 51 on Quant. Also, let's congratulate lin11 on being only 1 question away from a perfect 800! Amazing job.


Oh, so you mean that Q51 V48, Q51 V49, Q51 V50 will be 780, Q50V51 will be 790 and Q51V51 will be 800?
But also he did only 1 mistake in the last set and that too the difficulty was very high, I don't understand why he didn't get V49, V50.
Is that because the algorithm is not so strong when the score distribution is very small in numbers. ( Because it doesn't have that much data at this high range to get the score) ?
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GMAT PREP1: 660 ( Q50, V30). (SC 27, RC 22, CR 41).
Manhattan 1: 650 ( Q45, V34).
Manhattan 2: 680 ( Q46, V36).
GMAT PREP2: 740 ( Q50, V40). (SC 40, RC 42, CR 37).
Manhattan 3: 710 ( Q48, V39).

GMAT PREP3: 750 ( Q51, V40). (SC 38, RC 51, CR 36).
Manhattan 4: 700 ( Q47, V38).
GMAT PREP4: 760 (Q50, V42). (SC 41, RC 51, CR 42).

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New post 22 Sep 2017, 01:54
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Luckily, the snapshot's for qaunt provided here gives a big insight here for the first 10 questions:

HKD1710 (Q45) - 57 57 71 100

mvictor (Q49) --- 71 57 71 100

We should go for more analytics with more data :)


I think the last set of questions are also as important as the first half. Check out my ESR Report, I am at the same level as the scores you have given but my last of answers are wrong and that screwed up my complete score.I got only a Q44
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New post 12 Oct 2017, 21:42
Hi,

Can someone help me with my ESR report? - Test date October 12, 2017. Q 48 and V 35.

Background:
Have given GMAT thrice already - 1st - 650, 2nd - 650 and 3rd - 620 (Feb - 2017) [ had not done OG for any of these exams]

Started studying again in August for the October 2017 exam (on and off) and referred to the following material:
1) OG - 2017
2) Official GMAT Quant and Verbal review - 2017
3) GMAT club Math book
4) Aristotle for SC

Veritas Mock 1 - 680
Veritas Mock 2 - 690
Official GMAT Mock 1 - 710
Official GMAT Mock 2 - 690
Official GMAT Mock 3 - 710
Official GMAT Mock 4 - 730

I am thinking of buying an online course for CR and SC (I feel these are my weak areas). Any suggestions?

Inputs for retaking the GMAT on 29 October 2017 will be very helpful. Target score is 720+. Thank you.

Regards,
Anks
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