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# Need some suggestion on my expected performance

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12 Jul 2009, 07:41
Hi Friends,
I have been a member of GMATClub from past 2 years. I have been extensively using a lot of study materials and practice tests to cover my preparations. My GMAT date is 3rd August. While attempting the practice tests, I have begun to show a very inconsistent behaviour of my results in two different tests. Even though the number of questions that I make mistake on either the PRINCETON REVIEW cats and the MANHATTAN GMAT tests are the same, taking the consideration of the placin of the mistakes either, i.e whether the mistake is in the beginning or towards the end, On one hand I score somewhere around 660-630 in the Princeton cats, I score 680-720 in the Manhattan gmat tests, with the majority of then score above 700.
Now I am little confused about which performance to take as the closest indicator of my gmat performance. Any suggestion from you will be deeply appreciated.
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12 Jul 2009, 08:36
trainspotting wrote:
Hi Friends,
I have been a member of GMATClub from past 2 years. I have been extensively using a lot of study materials and practice tests to cover my preparations. My GMAT date is 3rd August. While attempting the practice tests, I have begun to show a very inconsistent behaviour of my results in two different tests. Even though the number of questions that I make mistake on either the PRINCETON REVIEW cats and the MANHATTAN GMAT tests are the same, taking the consideration of the placin of the mistakes either, i.e whether the mistake is in the beginning or towards the end, On one hand I score somewhere around 660-630 in the Princeton cats, I score 680-720 in the Manhattan gmat tests, with the majority of then score above 700.
Now I am little confused about which performance to take as the closest indicator of my gmat performance. Any suggestion from you will be deeply appreciated.

I have seen your posts, a number of times, against different threads. So I also have my own assessment regarding your scores. Secondly, IMHO if you have scored above 700 in MGMAT then this shows, too, how you gonna perform on August 3, 2009.

You have been a member for past two years, (though your # of posts are not much) so this factor will also help me suggest your expected score. (Had I been here for two years, I would have cracked this dammn GMAT).

So IMHO your score will be above 700 (provided you dont panic during that particular time)

Cheers!!!
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13 Jul 2009, 22:26

Keep taking full length tests. You are in the 700 land and as long as you relax a bit before the test (still take a test 24 hours before) but don't strain beyond that, you should do a good job. Just spend time on every question - be diligent and check your answers as you go - 700 will be yours easily

PR score is not as good as MGMAT. You can use GMAT Score Estimator/Calculator to get the more exact results, but PR database is incomplete, so I would not trust it toooo much.
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