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New post 11 Aug 2015, 10:05
Just took a trial GMAT test without learning it, from Economist, got a score 460, i could've got more, but just rushed some questions
I would like to ask an expert, will it be possible for me to increase my score during preparation, to amount close to 700?

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Hi DimaTr,

Sorry to hear that your first practice test didn't go as planned. While you're looking to make a large jump of 240 points, you can work your way towards that goal with the right amount of work and dedication. Typically, students enrolled in Economist GMAT Tutor spend at least 3 months preparing for the GMAT, so considering your current baseline score, you should plan on spending at least that much time diving into your GMAT Tutor subscription and working to improve.

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