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19 Oct 2009, 14:33
Thanks for the reply esledge,

As a Manhattan student, I was beginning to wonder if I would ever do well on the tests. I was worried for a little bit that the Manhattan might not be either a) worded the same or b) representative of the difficulty of the actual GMAT.

It is relieving to hear that they are as close to the original questions as possible. I am writing my first GMAT Practice exam next weekend. I will post back to see how comparable they are.

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20 Oct 2009, 20:59
My MGMAT scores have been all over the place..back and forth
590
630
590
640
590

Anyone else ever experienced this?

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20 Oct 2009, 21:02
as i posted a few posts ago, mine were in a 60 point range, which is pretty all over the place. take the advice that was given many times on this thread - use the MGMAT as practice for the test, but dont consider the scores to be the best indicator of where you'll score.
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