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It sounds like you really need to work on your timing strategy, and the only way to do that is practice, practice, practice! A tactic you can employ to develop your time management skills is to group five Quant questions together and spend no more more than ten minutes on them. For Verbal, give your...
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Hi sqazi01, It looks like you are scoring pretty consistently in the 550 - 600 range. What are you learning from the feedback from all of the mock tests you are taking? There seems to be a knowledge gap and knowing what your problem areas are will help in developing a strategy for you. Regards, Eliz...
I know it's frustrating that you received differing GMAT sim test scores, but try not to let that worry you. A score can dip from one exam to another even with the same amount of knowledge or the same percentage of correct/incorrect. The GMAT scoring algorithm takes many factors into account includi...
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Hi Chris5938, Yes, Rich has some great advice. The first step would be to take a free simulation GMAT test to see where you are at now. MBA.com offers some, as do most GMAT test prep programs. If your score is already well above a 520 and you know that's all you need to get into the program of your ...
If you have the time to study for the take the GMAT now and business school is something you are seriously considering, why not take the GMAT now? After all, your score will be valid for five years should you decide to apply to business school. As for your question about when to apply, that's up to ...
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To chime in, you will have about two minutes to answer each question on the Quant section, and slightly less than two minutes per question on the Verbal. A tactic you can employ to develop your time management skills is to group five Quant questions together and spend no more more than ten minutes o...
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