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Joined: 04 Mar 2017
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GMAT 1: 200 Q48 V37
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07 Aug 2017, 00:12
Hi all,

I have been studying religiously for the GMAT and have started taking some MGMAT CAT's and am feeling a little nervous for the actual exam which is in 4 days!!

My CATs look as follows:

Kaplan CAT: 660
MGMAT CAT 1: 620 (8 questions shy on quant)
MGMAT CAT 2: 660
GMAT Prep (I initially wrote the GMAT Prep in February this year and haven't looked at it since, so it does count as a repeat) - 700
MGMAT CAT 3: 640

Just note that my quant varied from 38-44 with my verbal in the 40-42 range.

I was planning on reaching for a 700 and now I am contemplating delaying my test date. Any advice?
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08 Aug 2017, 06:42
nrxbra001 wrote:
Hi all,

I have been studying religiously for the GMAT and have started taking some MGMAT CAT's and am feeling a little nervous for the actual exam which is in 4 days!!

My CATs look as follows:

Kaplan CAT: 660
MGMAT CAT 1: 620 (8 questions shy on quant)
MGMAT CAT 2: 660
GMAT Prep (I initially wrote the GMAT Prep in February this year and haven't looked at it since, so it does count as a repeat) - 700
MGMAT CAT 3: 640

Just note that my quant varied from 38-44 with my verbal in the 40-42 range.

I was planning on reaching for a 700 and now I am contemplating delaying my test date. Any advice?

Looking at the score range, it would be safe to assume that you will score in the same range again.
It seems like you need to score 700+. You cannnot cancel the test now and if you do, you will have to forefeit the entire fee.s

The best course of action would be to go ahead and take the test and if you are not satisfied with the score you can cancel it.
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