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08 May 2009, 11:55
I can tell you that from my experience there was no corellation. On my practice tests, in which there were plenty I ranged from 580-670, manhattan GMAT being the lowest and Gmatprep being the highest. On the real test I got a miserable 480. Couldnt beleive my freakin eyes! Before the test I didnt use this forum as much as I do now, so hopefully interaction with other GMATters will help me out on my next go at it.
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08 May 2009, 12:05
typhoidX wrote:
I've been seriously prepping for GMAT since the beginning of April, I have a test date of July 15th. So far I've taken 5 practice tests, and my scores have varied widely:

680, 620, 720, 580, 300!!

The trend certainly isn't good (I don't know what happened to me on that day with the 300, just completely cracked mentally)...

Generally speaking, how much correlation is there between the practice scores & the real thing?

Which tests are these?
You can check out our very raw/unfinished version of our gmat score estimator: gmat-score-estimator-predict-your-gmat-score-77987.html

May give you the answers you are looking for. You can use the very bottom lever to see the whole spread of scores you are looking at, depending on how much the test center environment impacts you.

There is currently no documentation and some links may still be blocked but it should give you the answer you are looking for. Also, note that this is on a developer's server at this time. It will be moved to GMAT Club in the next few weeks and removed from that location.

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08 May 2009, 19:33
That's a pretty neat tool!
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14 May 2009, 19:24
Link to Score Estimator: gmat-score-estimator-predict-your-gmat-score-77987.html
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