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Hi,

I m preparing from past 3 months and my score is not consistent. I take mocks of GMAT prep software by resetting the 2 mocks once completed. There are few questions that get repeated in every mock but I believe that as I am not excelling(able to score 700+) in these mocks, I still need to prepare from GMAT prep mock by resetting it instead of going for another test series.
By now I have reset the GMAT prep mock 4 times. Here is my performance in last 2 mocks:

GMAT Prep1: Score 690- Q50, V32- 6 incorrect in quant and 14 in verbal
GMAT Prep2: Score 590- Q49, V21- 8 incorrect in quant and 16 in verbal

I observed that my verbal score is very inconsistent.
Is it possible that by answering just 2 more questions incorrectly the score can drop by 11 points? Is it possible or is there something I am missing?
I would appreciate your suggestions and guidance.
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SHIWANGIANAND wrote:
Hi,

I m preparing from past 3 months and my score is not consistent. I take mocks of GMAT prep software by resetting the 2 mocks once completed. There are few questions that get repeated in every mock but I believe that as I am not excelling(able to score 700+) in these mocks, I still need to prepare from GMAT prep mock by resetting it instead of going for another test series.
By now I have reset the GMAT prep mock 4 times. Here is my performance in last 2 mocks:

GMAT Prep1: Score 690- Q50, V32- 6 incorrect in quant and 14 in verbal
GMAT Prep2: Score 590- Q49, V21- 8 incorrect in quant and 16 in verbal

I observed that my verbal score is very inconsistent.
Is it possible that by answering just 2 more questions incorrectly the score can drop by 11 points? Is it possible or is there something I am missing?
I would appreciate your suggestions and guidance.


Hi
First of all, I would suggest to work on your preparation rather than giving Gmatprep tests.The following link will help to find quality Verbal resources for your preparation.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-guide ... urces-389/
Then start analyzing the tests you have appeared for. Understand the logic behind each question and try to solve them within limited time. Solve all the questions from the OG.
Then your Verbal score will definitely improve.
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