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Rough evaluation of how hard is to go from Q47 to Q50

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Hi all,

I know this question may sound a bit off-point as the test is adaptive...but do you know on average how many more "right questions" I may need to answer to improve of 3 points the quantitative sections? I am aware it's a big rule of thumb, as even in my first two GMAT prep simulation I got a Q47 by answering LESS right questions than on first trial.....
Based on my experience I would say probably around 5/6 more right questions...? Considering that on an adaptive situation answering just 2/3 more right will make the followings more tough....

Any opinions from who took the test more times?
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Hey Teo,

Welcome to GMATClub!

For Quant Preparation, these are few of the links on GMATClub which I think will be beneficial.
1. Quantitative MegaThread
2. Q44 -> Q50

I would recommend you to go through the Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread
in order to build your concepts and use the knowledge you have gained on questions
that you are finding problems with. Additionally, you could follow Bunuel at our
Quant forum. Do all the questions on his signature. If you were to ask me, you should
try and solve at least 34-35 questions with reasonable accuracy and that should help
increase your score to atleast Q49.

Hope this helps you!
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pushpitkc wrote:
Hey Teo,

Welcome to GMATClub!

For Quant Preparation, these are few of the links on GMATClub which I think will be beneficial.


I would recommend you to go through the Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread
in order to build your concepts and use the knowledge you have gained on questions
that you are finding problems with. Additionally, you could follow Bunuel at our
Quant forum. Do all the questions on his signature. If you were to ask me, you should
try and solve at least 34-35 questions with reasonable accuracy and that should help
increase your score to atleast Q49.

Hope this helps you!


Thank you, I will look at those!

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