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06 Jul 2003, 12:44
Hello folks it's me again.The last two weeks on practice test from PP and PR online I have increased my quant score from 8% to 24%. I have been around 30%-33% on the verbal. I have to admit, the highest score I have gotten so far is a 430 but I have two weeks to go was wanting to know what strategy should I use to try and raise my score into the 550-600 range. I am not bad on verbal but I have not been focusing on it lately. I have really been trying to improve my quant. Since I only have two weeks to go should I continue to really focus on math or should I go for improving my verbal hoping to get into the 45% range. I have to take the test again on July 19, however the school of my choice advised me that they will give me until Aug 16 to take the test and make a decision. I am going to take the PP again this afternoon. Please let me know what you guys suggest.l
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07 Jul 2003, 11:52
Honestly, it's unlikely that you'll increase the score a great deal in the next two weeks if you've already done a lot of prep on your own. You're really better off delaying the retake and taking a prep class.

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09 Jul 2003, 12:06
Bruce1 wrote:
Hello folks it's me again.The last two weeks on practice test from PP and PR online I have increased my quant score from 8% to 24%. I have been around 30%-33% on the verbal. I have to admit, the highest score I have gotten so far is a 430 but I have two weeks to go was wanting to know what strategy should I use to try and raise my score into the 550-600 range. I am not bad on verbal but I have not been focusing on it lately. I have really been trying to improve my quant. Since I only have two weeks to go should I continue to really focus on math or should I go for improving my verbal hoping to get into the 45% range. I have to take the test again on July 19, however the school of my choice advised me that they will give me until Aug 16 to take the test and make a decision. I am going to take the PP again this afternoon. Please let me know what you guys suggest.l

Try starting on the Kapln's wkrbook for Math. You can just solve solve solve for a few days in a row and be up to standards.

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