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Please Help Me to Analyze my ESR!

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Hi folks
recently I've taken the gmat and scored a 660 (Q45 V36) and I want to get to 700!

Please take a look at my ESR, and help me to analyze it! (Plz don't say I need to improve my RC because I know that hahah, 22st percentile is unacceptable)

Thanks in advance! :-D
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New post 04 Oct 2018, 23:40
Hi Anthonydh,

I am sorry that your scores were not in line with your expectations. You may find this article on 3 steps to Analyze your ESR helpful to draw insights from your ESR by combining your subjective understanding of the test day experience and objective numbers from the ESR. On completing this, you should look at this article on Retaking the GMAT – 5 step strategy. This article will help you with a structured approach to reach your target score. If you need any further guidance, please feel free to write to us at support@e-gmat.com.

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New post 10 Oct 2018, 00:15
Anthonydh wrote:
Hi folks
recently I've taken the gmat and scored a 660 (Q45 V36) and I want to get to 700!

Please take a look at my ESR, and help me to analyze it! (Plz don't say I need to improve my RC because I know that hahah, 22st percentile is unacceptable)

Thanks in advance! :-D

In Quant your accuracy in the first quarter is hurting you as there the difficulty level is the lowest. There is no specific area of improvement that stands out as your accuracy is pretty much similar across question types. So pretty much an area for overall improvement.

In Verbal, RC is an obvious weak point. Also, the average time you spent per question in quarter 3 and 4 was low. In quarter 2 you spent more than 2 mins per question but had an accuracy of only 43%. So basically you lost time and also answered incorrectly. And that might have impacted the time you could spend on the questions in the remaining test. So better time management from the start will help you get more time for the later part and not put you in a rush.

Cheers and good luck!
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