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# Target Accuracy level

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16 Jan 2010, 21:53
I started my GMAT preparation almost 2 weeks back. Along with Manhattan SC, I completed OG 10 questions and had an overall accuracy level of 72%.

Could somebody guide me, how much i need to improve in SC to score 42-43 in verbal, assuming CR and RC would have accuracy level of 80-85%?

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17 Jan 2010, 04:05
There is no correlation between strike rate and score.

You need to focus on strike rate combined with problem difficulty.

i.e. Getting 80% the 500 level problems correct will not help you reach 700.

The official guides are typically in ascending difficulty order (hardest problems are toward the end).
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17 Jan 2010, 16:16
Yep, keep in mind that Official Guide has questions arranged in terms of difficulty.
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18 Jan 2010, 08:23
ok.I have just reviewed my answers. I have around 75% accuracy in questions # 150 till 266 in OG 10.

M not sure whether it covers 700 level questions? Can you guide?

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18 Jan 2010, 19:42
jitendra wrote:
ok.I have just reviewed my answers. I have around 75% accuracy in questions # 150 till 266 in OG 10.

M not sure whether it covers 700 level questions? Can you guide?

probably not, but even if let's say it did - what would it mean? you got 75% of 700-level questions right, so what's your score? 75% of 700? that's 530 Exactly....
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