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New post 22 Dec 2008, 00:31
Hi! I am taking GMAT on 29th Jan,2009.
For last 20 days I am stuck at 46-48 in quant and 38-40 in verbal. :|
Please suggest how to improve from this point .
I have around 200 hrs to study.
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New post 22 Dec 2008, 02:28
I am too planning to take it on almost same day.
U mentioned 46-48 in Q and 38-40 in V: what kind of CATs are they? Did u have repeat qs as well?
If u consistently score that much in GMATPrep and MGMAT then ur actual split must be around these #s. But if it is other sources they might not be true indicators. Actual GMAT is becoming more difficult. What sources have u used so far?
Recommendations may be based on the info u will provide.

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New post 22 Dec 2008, 04:19
Hi The CATS were Powereprep 1 , 2 and GMAT prep 1. ( No repeat) highest score was 680.

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New post 22 Dec 2008, 09:59
You need to provide breakout of each section (i.e. - SC, RC, CR etc)

CAT exams from MGMAT provide such analysis so you can figure out where to improve your score.
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