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Which Practice CATs worth retaking

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New post 12 Jul 2008, 18:31
Hi folks,

I've continued my studies from my first round where I've taken all PR practice cats, and gmatprep cats, and some MGMAT cats.

My first PR scores were:
PR1 - 640 34/45
MGMAT1 - 5
PR2- 570 30/39
PR3 - 650 37/43
GMATPrep1 - 680 42/44
PR4 - 600 31/42
GMATPrep2 - 630
GMATPrep1 - 620
GMATPrep2 - 600

Real GMAT - 630

So far I've taken
PowerPrep1 - 700 (feel this could be unfair becuase I've gone through most OG11 problems)
MGMAT2 - 610 (Q41/V33)
PR1 - 690 (Q42/V43)

With about 1.5 months left, I'd like to take practice tests that will give me an accurate picture of how I'm doing. MGMATs are good, but they do give me a lot of self doubt, however; these retakes and powerpreps leave me unsure if I should feel confident or not confident. Should I stick to MGMATs, retake the rest of the PRs, or pick up some new Kaplan ones (that I know are like MGMATs in that they are fairly difficult)?

I'd like to take the GMATPrep ones each at least once again, but dont' want to overdo it for the chance of repeats.

Any advice is appreciated.
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New post 12 Jul 2008, 18:58
thanks for providing this information

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New post 12 Jul 2008, 22:04
I dont know much about MGMAT but i have 800 score and they are good so if you come accross them give those tests


jlola21 wrote:
Hi folks,

I've continued my studies from my first round where I've taken all PR practice cats, and gmatprep cats, and some MGMAT cats.

My first PR scores were:
PR1 - 640 34/45
MGMAT1 - 5
PR2- 570 30/39
PR3 - 650 37/43
GMATPrep1 - 680 42/44
PR4 - 600 31/42
GMATPrep2 - 630
GMATPrep1 - 620
GMATPrep2 - 600

Real GMAT - 630

So far I've taken
PowerPrep1 - 700 (feel this could be unfair becuase I've gone through most OG11 problems)
MGMAT2 - 610 (Q41/V33)
PR1 - 690 (Q42/V43)

With about 1.5 months left, I'd like to take practice tests that will give me an accurate picture of how I'm doing. MGMATs are good, but they do give me a lot of self doubt, however; these retakes and powerpreps leave me unsure if I should feel confident or not confident. Should I stick to MGMATs, retake the rest of the PRs, or pick up some new Kaplan ones (that I know are like MGMATs in that they are fairly difficult)?

I'd like to take the GMATPrep ones each at least once again, but dont' want to overdo it for the chance of repeats.

Any advice is appreciated.
J

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New post 13 Jul 2008, 05:39
I've started the MGMAT tests over again and I've still seen a fair amount of new questions (better than other tests that I've retaken). So I'd suggest repeating those if you're out of timed CAT material.
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New post 14 Jul 2008, 16:45
The 800score tests are crap. Don't waste your time! Nothing like the real thing.

Yes, retake the GMATPrep tests, but really study your results. Know exactly what you did right and wrong before you take another timed test. I haven't tried retaking any other tests but you could try it to get extra practice questions. Let us know if you get a lot of repeats on those other tests! Would be handy info.

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