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I gave a Princeton Review(PR) test last weekend and an MGMAT today. Sucked at both :(

PR (q51, v26) - 630
MGMAT (q51, v31) - 650

As you can see I am damn bad at verbal. Still have 5 weeks to go, just hoping to only get better from here, well will see.

My question is:- In Quant, I had 100% correct in PR and got 51, whereas I had 8 wrong in MGMAT and I still got 51 :O. I am confused, how can it be possible?

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It's entirely possible. Don't sweat that part. Focus on verbal and get that score up :)

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mohater wrote:
It's entirely possible. Don't sweat that part. Focus on verbal and get that score up :)

Good luck.


Thanks for the encouraging word. I read few forums for my satisfaction and realized that it is not necessary to get 100% right to get highest percentile. Anyhow, hope I can bump up the verbal score 40+ consistently!

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