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Princeton Review GMAT test - Accuracy

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Hi bo2mac,

Many Test Takers spend 3 months (or more) of consistent study time before they hit their 'peak' scores. Since you're still fairly early-on in your studies, there's no way to know if anything should be adjusted yet. As such, I suggest that you study as you see fit for the next 1-2 weeks, then take one of the of free GMAC CATs (the ones that you can get from http://www.mba.com). Make sure to take the FULL CAT (including the Essay and IR sections) and take it under realistic conditions. Once you have those scores, you should report back here and we can talk through the rest of your study plan.

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New post 19 Apr 2016, 23:28
I would also ask about the accuracy of the Princeton Review GMAT exam.
I did it before few days and I got:

Q 47 (34 right answers)
V 30 (27 right answers)
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Total: 630

Okay, having 30 in Verbal with 27 answers seems reasonable for me, but having 47 in Quant for 3 wrong answers is a bit strange...moreover the mistakes are evenly spread ( questions: 5, 15, 31)... Does someone have the same problem? :/
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New post 17 Sep 2016, 11:28
Inaccurate test. The quant was way easier and I still got 44. The verbal was easier compared with what other tests have, but harder than the quant section. I managed to get a measly 650 despite getting less number of incorrect questions.

Based on the above comments, Princeton Review GMAT mock test is not recommended
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New post 27 Aug 2017, 08:37
PR tests put a couple of 47- 51 level questions in the quant section in the first 15 questions and if you get them wrong will never be able to get past 45 in quant.
Verbal is same as the other preps

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I also gave the Princeton review test today.

Overall: 690
Q51 : (Correct: 37/37)
V35 : (Correct: 31/41)
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New post 15 Oct 2018, 23:41
can anyone please help me out

i recently started with CATs and have been scoring in the range of 690-720 on 6 Princeton Review Practice tests....however when i took the Economist test the scores dropped significantly to 480...I'm really worried about my preparation...can't gauge whether i've been preparing wrong or was the economist test really that tough :( :(
please help my GMAT exam is due on 14th November :sad:
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