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# Test results - Princeton

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Updated on: 04 May 2004, 10:02
Hi guys

I gave my first test (GMAT), with Princeton and scored 641 (Q-44, V-34). Any idea where this woud lead to .. perhaps a rough estimation on to the real GMAT.

I am yet to start with he OG and Kaplan. Any suggestions on what to follow from now on to maximise GMAT. Thanks bros...

Edited -- Sorry the score was 640 and not 641 (pardon me)

Carsen

Originally posted by carsen on 04 May 2004, 02:21.
Last edited by carsen on 04 May 2004, 10:02, edited 1 time in total.
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04 May 2004, 09:52
carsen wrote:
Hi guys

I gave my first test (GMAT), with Princeton and scored 641 (Q-44, V-34). Any idea where this woud lead to .. perhaps a rough estimation on to the real GMAT.

I am yet to start with he OG and Kaplan. Any suggestions on what to follow from now on to maximise GMAT. Thanks bros...

Carsen

wow..641?

Hey we actually have a score estimator. but we recently made some changes in the website design. The estimator will be back up soon.

you can enter your kaplan,princeton and other scores ..and it will give you an estimate of your score. remember, its an ESTIMATE.

we have a database of 126. this contains the practice scores and the Scores on the real gmat . all this info has been submitted by our members.

I will let you know when the estimator is back online.

Sincerely
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GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42
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04 May 2004, 11:22
carsen wrote:
Hi guys

I gave my first test (GMAT), with Princeton and scored 641 (Q-44, V-34). Any idea where this woud lead to .. perhaps a rough estimation on to the real GMAT.

I am yet to start with he OG and Kaplan. Any suggestions on what to follow from now on to maximise GMAT. Thanks bros...

Edited -- Sorry the score was 640 and not 641 (pardon me)

Carsen

What version was it?
I have taken the online tester and several times got high math results, but never managed to really master the verbal - I think it is too different from the Real GMAT and thus my logic was not working in the CR and grammar seemed to be screwed up.

If you can sort of estimate with Kaplan - just add 100 to your score , it is much harder with PR - I don't think it is proportionate....

ON the bright side, some people score as high as 80-100 points above PR on their GMATs....

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05 May 2004, 18:14
Hi

Thanks all of you for the insight. I presume, and also have a strong feeling that I can get a higher score than P.R (640). Your replies were a real booster for me. Guys, I need one more help. After taking the first test (PR), my analysis was that,

1. I was doing pretty bad in RC.
2. SC was ok, except that, few grammer stuff have to be refreshed.
3. The math went well but needs more polishing. And more concentration as I see I made few silly mistakes. (Viz., I caculated the total distance, walked my john when the question asked to calculate one-way distance) .. You know what I mean. There are few of us here, who can avoid such mistakes my cross-checking our answers, specially for such question, like distance etc..
4. CR was really good with only 92% correct. Hence, not much time to be gspent on this.

Summaring the above, Verbal, esplly RC needs lot of work. Any suggestion on RC and how to improve. I know that reading a lot does make a lot of difference. The passages in RC are so boring and sometimes my eyes pain and I end up reading the stuff twice if not more.

Thanks again.

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08 May 2004, 09:56
I scrored a 45 verbal and a 42 quant? Any idea what my score would be ?
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08 May 2004, 10:14
Hi

Thats a fantastic score .. I presume that should be more than 700 ... around the range of 700-720. The Verbal part is too good. What prep materials are u using to get such a score.

To others .. guys .. am i right with the estimation?. Correct me, if I am wrong.

Thanks bro
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08 May 2004, 11:55
Well to be honest I have been studying in spurts for the last two years..I have used the Kaplan materials (Standard Book and CD as well as GMAT 800) along with the OG. Being that I have also been comtemplating law school, I also used an LSAT book for extra practice.
08 May 2004, 11:55
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# Test results - Princeton

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