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# SC 1000 accuracy rates

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11 Jan 2009, 08:58
Hi all,

Would 700+ people mind sharing their accuracy rates on 1000 SCs? I have been getting an accuracy of 70-80% and am concerned whether it is good enough for me to target a 40+ score in verbal. (for reference, my 1000 RC and 1000 CR accuracy is about 85%).

Any feedback will be much appreciated.

Thanks.
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13 Jan 2009, 04:09
By any means, you can take GmatPrep and find out.

From my own experience, you should be score above 42+.
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13 Jan 2009, 06:07
billyjeans wrote:
By any means, you can take GmatPrep and find out.

From my own experience, you should be score above 42+.

Thanks billyjeans

Took GmatPrep 1 twice in two consecutive days: break up:

GmatPrep1 (1): 720. Q: 48, V 41 (6 wrong in verbal, split: RC: 0/13, CR: 1/11, SC: 5/17)
GmatPrep1 (2): 750. Q 51, V 40 (9 wrong in verbal, split: RC: 1/13: CR 2/11, RC: 6/17). Very limited overlap of questions (may 2-3max, all 4 RCS were diff)

Need to keep working
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13 Jan 2009, 08:55
apshma wrote:
billyjeans wrote:
By any means, you can take GmatPrep and find out.

From my own experience, you should be score above 42+.

Thanks billyjeans

Took GmatPrep 1 twice in two consecutive days: break up:

GmatPrep1 (1): 720. Q: 48, V 41 (6 wrong in verbal, split: RC: 0/13, CR: 1/11, SC: 5/17)
GmatPrep1 (2): 750. Q 51, V 40 (9 wrong in verbal, split: RC: 1/13: CR 2/11, RC: 6/17). Very limited overlap of questions (may 2-3max, all 4 RCS were diff)

Need to keep working

You and I have about the same % on SC1000/RC1000. I improved my verbal from 37-38 to about 42+ just recently. I see you really did well on RC, which is my weakness at this point. Keep up practicing! And I should recommend MGMAT SC review, if you have not used it already. I can see you really getting a great score if you can just get few more SC right! 760+
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# SC 1000 accuracy rates

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