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# Targetting 720+

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12 May 2008, 11:49
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Hi guys,
Just a quick question. I am targetting for 720+, so whats the accuracy level I should expect in Verbal and in Quant during questions practice. As presently I am getting around 60% in SC from OG11. I believe its too low. So wanted some expert advice.

Thanks,

PS - I am working on OG11 and 1000 docs.
Any pointers to some previous posts are also welcome.
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12 May 2008, 16:15
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Try taking a full gmat prep test for a more accurate estimate of your current proficiency. 720 depends on all section of your Q and V, simply knowing about your SC skills is not enough.

munuchwa01 wrote:
Hi guys,
Just a quick question. I am targetting for 720+, so whats the accuracy level I should expect in Verbal and in Quant during questions practice. As presently I am getting around 60% in SC from OG11. I believe its too low. So wanted some expert advice.

Thanks,

PS - I am working on OG11 and 1000 docs.
Any pointers to some previous posts are also welcome.
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12 May 2008, 16:35
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bsd_lover wrote:
Try taking a full gmat prep test for a more accurate estimate of your current proficiency. 720 depends on all section of your Q and V, simply knowing about your SC skills is not enough.

munuchwa01 wrote:
Hi guys,
Just a quick question. I am targetting for 720+, so whats the accuracy level I should expect in Verbal and in Quant during questions practice. As presently I am getting around 60% in SC from OG11. I believe its too low. So wanted some expert advice.

Thanks,

PS - I am working on OG11 and 1000 docs.
Any pointers to some previous posts are also welcome.

I agree with bsd_lover's suggestion. Give the GMATPrep a shot and see where you stand right now. GMATPrep is the best indicator of how you'll do on the real GMAT. Same software interface and artificial intelligence so it's also great practice. Have you tried taking the diagnostic test in the front of OG11? It doesn't give you a score but it does a decent job of pinpointing your strengths and weaknesses.
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21 Aug 2008, 20:29
Yes, I agree with bsd_lover and yih-wei. First give the diagnostic test from OG-11 and see where you stand. For more accurate indication go for GMATprep test 1. To get 700+ you have to do above average performance in both verbal and quant section.
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