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# Need some help from the GMAT pros around here

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14 Aug 2007, 01:05
Howdy!
My GMAT is coming in a month and my target score is 650-680. I've worked my way up from an initial diagnostic score of 490. I've just finished OG/Manhattan SC and I took a GMATPrep exam the last week and scored 650. I'd be ok with that but the problem is, earlier in the week I took 2 PR CATs and scored 560 and 570. I'm very worried about the range difference from my GMATPrep. Anybody else here experience the same feeling of anxiety over the wide range of scores?

Thanks and all the best to everyone here!

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14 Aug 2007, 01:07
Forget PR, Kaplan etc ... GMATPrep is the best indicator.

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15 Aug 2007, 12:06
I will continue my anti-PR "crusade"... but yeah, GMATPrep scores are the best indicators. The other one is MGMAT CAT, but be prepared to get whopped by math and then add 2-4 pts to your math score to get roughly the same level as GMATPrep.

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