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One week to go, need 510, averaging 61% on Quiz bank

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I am half way through Kaplan Quiz bank, and on average I am getting 61% in both verbal and quantitative. The highest I have ever scored is 68% in both V and Q.
My test is in a week, and I need a minimum of 510 to qualify.

Any thoughts, with the current preparation will I make it to the mark of 510?
Or should I reschedule and practice more?

I have not been putting much time into the preparation, another work week is not going to be any different.

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New post 11 Aug 2012, 17:19
krish1998 wrote:
I am half way through Kaplan Quiz bank, and on average I am getting 61% in both verbal and quantitative. The highest I have ever scored is 68% in both V and Q.
My test is in a week, and I need a minimum of 510 to qualify.

Any thoughts, with the current preparation will I make it to the mark of 510?
Or should I reschedule and practice more?

I have not been putting much time into the preparation, another work week is not going to be any different.


Percentages are meaningless--have you taken a practice test with the official GMATprep Software? That'll give you a good indication of where you're scoring. Those percentages will put you in the 600 range if they are for medium and hard questions, but the point is that it's a computer adaptive test, so how you perform on increasingly difficult questions matters. If you can take a test with the software ASAP you'll know whether to reschedule.
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