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24 Feb 2003, 15:48
Dear all

I took the GMAT test today and got 610. The split was 47(or 83%) in math and 28 (or 51%) in verbal. Overroll percent was 74. Since my goal was 600, I am quite happy with my score .

Sorry - no time for comments and questions right now. Be back though.
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24 Feb 2003, 16:02
Ulviya wrote:
Dear all

I took the GMAT test today and got 610. The split was 47(or 83%) in math and 28 (or 51%) in verbal. Overroll percent was 74. Since my goal was 600, I am quite happy with my score .

Sorry - no time for comments and questions right now. Be back though.

How did you feel about the test? Did it seem easy, etc? Anyway, get back when you have time.

BB
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25 Feb 2003, 22:11
Hi bb- I am back with more:)

Speaking of test itself I thought that the math questions were very tricky and long. That's why I knew I was doing well. English was relatively easy -sentences and reading comprehensions were short. CRs weren't very difficult either. Since I am not a Native English speaker, I developed a strategy for myself to attack verbal part. When I was taking my prep tests I noticed that if I read all the passages I loose a lot of time and still don't get most of them right. So, I came up with the plan not to read the last passage -since it's towards end it wudn't count too much - and this way I can get all the questions completed on time. This strategy worked fine for me. First time then I was taking the test I decided not to read all the passages, but that was my huge mistake.

I was very nervious on the test day, but mostly the day before. I did study on the last day, though some people recommend not to do that, but I think it depends on the person. I just didn't want to stop the flow of studies. I was at the test center 1 hour before the test and that helped me to relax somehow and to feel the atmosphere.

Two major mistakes I did then I took the test first time were
1) not studing for verbal part-both sections are important for a good score.

2) not taking computerize practice tests. It's imperative to do practice tests on computer.

BTW my score first time was 480. Huge difference. And I attribute it mostly to doing a lot of practice on computer.

Ulviya
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26 Feb 2003, 00:59
Thanks for the update, man.

Well, good luck,
Drop by sometime.... it is fun to play wiht GMAT after you are done with it, trust me I would not be here if it were boring........
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26 Feb 2003, 08:29
Oh, I'll definitely be around:)
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12 Mar 2003, 20:54
Ulviya wrote:
Oh, I'll definitely be around:)

Ulviya, there is a guy in the other thread who seeks some advice from somebody who took GMAT twice. Do you mind sharing your perspective on this?

here is the link:
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=331
and thank you
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19 Mar 2003, 22:01
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I took the GMAT test today and got 610. The split was 47(or 83%) in math and 28 (or 51%) in verbal. Overroll percent was 74. Since my goal was 600, I am quite happy with my score .

This is pretty bizzare split. Are you sure you wrote the numbers correctly. I have never seen when a combined percentile is lower than any of the sections. I guess maybe your verbal section dragged you down ...
19 Mar 2003, 22:01
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