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New post 29 Apr 2012, 15:01
Hi everyone,

My exam is on the 5th of may. So far I have given the following practice tests:

Before preparation:

GMAT Test Prep 1 - 690
GMAT Test Prep 2 - 660

After Preparation:

MGMAT 1 - 700
Kaplan free test - 720
MGMAT 2 - 730
MGMAT 3 - 700
MGMAT 4 - 660
MGMAT 5 - 730
MGMAT 6 - 730

I am targeting a score of 760, but so far I have been way short of that mark. I feel I need to focus more on verbal. I am thinking of giving two more practice tests in the next two days and keep the last 3 days for revision. Please suggest which tests can I go for, or what else can I do in these last few days to increase my score.

Any advice would be highly appreciated.

Regards,
Tarun

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New post 30 Apr 2012, 14:33
tarngupta wrote:
Hi everyone,
My exam is on the 5th of may. I am targeting a score of 760, but so far I have been way short of that mark. I feel I need to focus more on verbal. I am thinking of giving two more practice tests in the next two days and keep the last 3 days for revision. Please suggest which tests can I go for, or what else can I do in these last few days to increase my score. Any advice would be highly appreciated.
Regards,
Tarun


Tarun: I'll toss in my two cents on this. :-)

Here's a blog I wrote, a day-by-day schedule for a month to prepare for the GMAT.
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/1-month-gm ... -schedule/
Obviously, you have far less time than a month left, but also, you are not starting from scratch, as this schedule assumes. You may well be able to skim through it and pick out elements that will most support you.

Also, to help you with verbal, here's a free lesson video on SC.
http://gmat.magoosh.com/lessons/602-par ... the-basics

I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any specific questions.

Mike :)
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