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# (Un) Scientific analysis of gmatprep

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26 Jun 2013, 13:47
What about if you get the first 20 right in Verbal (taking an extraordinary amount of time) and then guess the last 21 (also curious about first 25 right guess last 16).

I guess, with verbal being my weakness, I would be curious to know if anyone posted similar results (percentile ranking at least) by getting the first 20-25 verbal right, but then just guessed C or something for the remainder. V in the 40s would be insane!
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26 Jun 2013, 13:51
itsagulati wrote:
What about if you get the first 20 right in Verbal (taking an extraordinary amount of time) and then guess the last 21 (also curious about first 25 right guess last 16).

I guess, with verbal being my weakness, I would be curious to know if anyone posted similar results (percentile ranking at least) by getting the first 20-25 verbal right, but then just guessed C or something for the remainder. V in the 40s would be insane!

In a nutshell, not gonna happen + would advice against using this strategy for obvious reasons.

P.S: You say your verbal is weak. Getting first 25 right (even in an extraordinary amount of time) will be an achievement.
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26 Jun 2013, 21:43
Yeah i figured, but I was just curious.

Q floats between 47 and 51, but my Verbal goes between about 32-39 (although I did have one 22 after i didn't study for a couple of weeks).

*sigh*
Re: (Un) Scientific analysis of gmatprep   [#permalink] 26 Jun 2013, 21:43

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