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02 Sep 2018, 18:42
Target 700+
Time: 3 weeks
1. Reading all MGMAT guides and taking notes
2. Taking Mock test
3. Doing OG
3. Again Taking Mock test.

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Joined: 15 Jul 2015
Posts: 2013
Location: India
GMAT 1: 780 Q50 V51
GRE 1: Q170 V169

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02 Sep 2018, 22:08
Queen95 wrote:
Target 700+
Time: 3 weeks
1. Reading all MGMAT guides and taking notes
2. Taking Mock test
3. Doing OG
3. Again Taking Mock test.

If you're looking for a 700+ score in just 3 weeks, it's really important for you to know how much work you have ahead of you. I suggest you take a GMATPrep now itself.

Also, ensure that you have a plan in place in case you don't hit your target score. That is, are you in a position to push your exam date back or take the exam again?
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02 Sep 2018, 22:55
AjiteshArun wrote:
Queen95 wrote:
Target 700+
Time: 3 weeks
1. Reading all MGMAT guides and taking notes
2. Taking Mock test
3. Doing OG
3. Again Taking Mock test.

If you're looking for a 700+ score in just 3 weeks, it's really important for you to know how much work you have ahead of you. I suggest you take a GMATPrep now itself.

Also, ensure that you have a plan in place in case you don't hit your target score. That is, are you in a position to push your exam date back or take the exam again?

Thank you for the advice. I will take the mock test now.

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02 Sep 2018, 23:00
AjiteshArun wrote:
Queen95 wrote:
Target 700+
Time: 3 weeks
1. Reading all MGMAT guides and taking notes
2. Taking Mock test
3. Doing OG
3. Again Taking Mock test.

If you're looking for a 700+ score in just 3 weeks, it's really important for you to know how much work you have ahead of you. I suggest you take a GMATPrep now itself.

Also, ensure that you have a plan in place in case you don't hit your target score. That is, are you in a position to push your exam date back or take the exam again?

Should I do MGMAT now or mock test from official website? Thanks.

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Location: India
GMAT 1: 780 Q50 V51
GRE 1: Q170 V169

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02 Sep 2018, 23:02
Queen95 wrote:
Should I do MGMAT now or mock test from official website? Thanks.
Take one of the official tests. Non-official tests are not as representative of your ability as the official ones.
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03 Sep 2018, 23:32
AjiteshArun wrote:
Queen95 wrote:
Should I do MGMAT now or mock test from official website? Thanks.
Take one of the official tests. Non-official tests are not as representative of your ability as the official ones.

Hi. It’s 550 (on MBA.com test) V28 Q37 without any preparation. What’s your opinion about the scores?

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03 Sep 2018, 23:51
Queen95 wrote:
Hi. It’s 550 (on MBA.com test) V28 Q37 without any preparation. What’s your opinion about the scores?
550 is 39%, V28 is 51%, and Q37 is 32%.

It's a reasonable starting point (the average score is 561.27, but that's for people taking the actual exam, not their first practice test). Whether 3 weeks is enough for you to move from 550 to 700 (700 is 88%) will really depend on the reasons for the gap. If you are not very familiar with the concepts tested on the exam, expect to see some major gains as soon as you get those concepts in place.

It'll be a good idea to have a fallback plan in place: to either push the date back a bit or be open to taking the exam again.
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03 Sep 2018, 23:54
AjiteshArun wrote:
Queen95 wrote:
Hi. It’s 550 (on MBA.com test) V28 Q37 without any preparation. What’s your opinion about the scores?
550 is 39%, V28 is 51%, and Q37 is 32%.

It's a reasonable starting point (the average score is 561.27, but that's for people taking the actual exam, not their first practice test). Whether 3 weeks is enough for you to move from 550 to 700 (700 is 88%) will really depend on the reasons for the gap. If you are not very familiar with the concepts tested on the exam, expect to see some major gains as soon as you get those concepts in place.

It'll be a good idea to have a fallback plan in place: to either push the date back a bit or be open to taking the exam again.

I noticed that time was issue for Verbal so working on it.
Yes, concepts are issue for Quant as haven’t studied.

Hoping to see a improvement in score when I test myself again a week before GMAT. If there is not much improvement I will reschedule.

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