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# Scored a 530 on my GMATPREP (Q36, V29) and need help!

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Scored a 530 on my GMATPREP (Q36, V29) and need help! [#permalink]

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10 Jul 2007, 08:59
Hi everyone!

i just have less than a month before I consider taking the gmat. Is there any way i can improve my score to at least a 700 by then? Please everyone, I need all your advices and support if possible cause I really need it. So far, I've done the OG11 questions and also both the verbal and quantitative reviews. What else can I do to further improve my score?

I will be glad to speak with you! if you need a study partner, you already have one!
thanks

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10 Jul 2007, 11:35
hi,
good side of your score is u have gaps to fill in.
if u are aiming for 7xx then i recommend you to thoroughly look through these materials:

1. Kaplan800 (Verbal is especially good although tough but Quantitative part is unnecesarily more difficult than actual GMAT)
2. Manhattan series. (CATs second best after GmatPrep)
3. Sets and 1000CR/SC/RC (very good).
4. CATs: powerpep, GmatPrep, MGMAT, Challenges,Princeton
5. Gmatclub forum

U have to PRACTICEEEEE a lot .
I don't think 1 month is enough to finish all these materials.

Personally i would be glad to have a partner like you
GOOD luck in ur studies.

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Re: Scored a 530 on my GMATPREP (Q36, V29) and need help! [#permalink]

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10 Jul 2007, 14:41
tarek99 wrote:
Hi everyone!

i just have less than a month before I consider taking the gmat. Is there any way i can improve my score to at least a 700 by then? Please everyone, I need all your advices and support if possible cause I really need it. So far, I've done the OG11 questions and also both the verbal and quantitative reviews. What else can I do to further improve my score?

I will be glad to speak with you! if you need a study partner, you already have one!
thanks

Take it from me, if you want to get a good score don't rush! I rushed my self and ended up getting a 560. It is going to be extremely difficult to go from 530 to 700 in a matter of a month. Those are all great resources UMB provided, but you really need to understand them inside out. To get a 700, you can't have a weak spot. You need to understand every concept and understand it real well.

For example, I went in knowing I was really good in certain parts of Q (geomerty, algebra..) and kind of weak in others (some number properties, percentages, DS..). Guess what, 10 out of my first 15 problems were data sufficiency and more than half were number properties. That is why you really need to be good at all parts.

I would recommend rescheduling and giving yourself a good amount of time to really go through all that material. If you have a deadline then you will really need to buckle down hard for the next month!

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