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# Manhattan Free test Result

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18 Mar 2012, 03:38

Gave manhattan free test today and the result was much below my expectations.

610 v/35 Q/38
was unable to complete quantitative on time .

Quantitative was relatively difficult .
My average score till now was around 660.

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18 Mar 2012, 07:31
shikhar wrote:
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Gave manhattan free test today and the result was much below my expectations.

610 v/35 Q/38
was unable to complete quantitative on time .

Quantitative was relatively difficult .
My average score till now was around 660.

Many people have reported MGMAT math more difficult than the real thing, so this is not very surprising.

Also, not finishing and back to back incorrect answers will tank your score. It's possible the questions were not much more difficult, but one problem dragged you down and let to a cascading domino effect.

Your verbal score is right around that magical 80 percentile. Math will be the limiting factor to get your score up (you'll hit diminishing returns on verbal. Improvements in math will bump your score up more).
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18 Mar 2012, 11:40
i got a 600 and found the quant section to be damn tough ....

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Concentration: Technology, General Management
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12 Sep 2013, 09:41
akshaychandna wrote:
i got a 600 and found the quant section to be damn tough ....

Little late to comment, but when i gave my MGMAT mock, i was shocked. My average score used to be around 660, but with MGMAT i scored only 590..Quant was tough.

At least, i felt that way.
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