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Princeton Review issues

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Princeton Review issues

Post Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:17 pm
So here's my problem. I've been studying for awhile now, and my GMAT practice tests on Princeton Review are yielding a 380 score. This concerns me for obvious reasons, but also because I have a 4.0. I understand math and grammar, but I can't seem to do well on these practice exams. How indicative are they of your real score and has anyone else had this issue? I'm legitimately freaking out now because the exam is on Wednesday and I have 0 time to retake it later. Please help.

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3rd party exams tend to have a 50-70 std deviation from the real exam. This means that you are not likely to score much higher than 450 on the real exam...

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