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# Two things to remember. GMAT Prep is the best score

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Two things to remember.
GMAT Prep is the best score estimator. Test prep companies' verbal score are not reliable estimates.
Never ever ignore RC. I know you got 65% right on RC, but in actual GMAT RC plays a very vital role.

My suggestion would be to go through GMAT Prep practice test.

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28 Jun 2010, 12:17
i'm the same way with wasting the "real" tests
understand though that you effectively have 8 tests if you reinstall the 2 versions each with two tests
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02 Jul 2010, 23:23
Not completely, but for many people there are a handful of new questions.

If you want to try to get a sense of your verbal skills, I'd recommend taking a MGMAT or Princeton Reciew practice exam. Those two companies produce relatively accurate verbal scores.

Note - the Princeton review exam has a much easier quant section than the real GMAT, but the exam grades very strictly. Don't put much stock in your Q grade; just use the exam to build stamina and practice timing

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