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Alec : Even I have never heard anyone getting more than 51 in Quants. In any case getting a near 60 score is almost impossible for most.
Took the GMAT yesterday and scored a 650 (Q-44,V-35). This was my second attempt after I scored a pathetic 510(Q-26,V-35) in my first attempt. I scored 600 and 650 in both the GMAT Prep tests and taking those tests were of immense help. I just couldn't be without thanking Eric Bahn and all other mem...
Alec: Given your efficiency in solving the questions from the Official Guides, you can expect a very good score in the Verbal section(38 and up), as the level of difficulty in the actual GMAT is the same as that in OG. For first attempt at taking a full length mock test, I feel Princeton would be go...
papgust: thanks a lot for that input.
GMAT2010 : Thanks again.
I actually found the Verbal section to be much more tough than what it isin GMAT Prep.
How is retaking the same test going to help?
2010gmat: Thank you so much for that much needed information. I am also perplexed with my scores in the Kaplan CATs. Till now I have taken the Power Prep, Princeton and one of the GMAT Prep tests and have scored in the range of 600.But when it comes to the Kaplan CATs, my scores dip terribly. I am n...
I have been taking a series of CATs over the past 10 days.Till now I have taken the Power Prep 1&2, Princeton Review online test , KAplan CAT 1, 2 and 4 and GMAT Prep 1. Whereas in all the tests except fro the Kaplan ones I scored in 600s and 650 in GMAT prep.But my scores in Kaplan CATS are utterly...
I took the GMAT Prep test for the first time and scored a 650 (42,38). What I am unable to figure out is how these scores are scaled. In the Quants section I got a whooping 15 errors whereas in Verbal I got 10 wrong, so how come my Quants score are more than my Verbal Score? Could someone please exp...
Excusemeplz2009 : I get the point now. was actually missing out on a very obvious and simple thing.
Thanks for the help.
Stuart : Thanks a lot for that amazing funda. Its of great help.
I came across this question in the GMAT CAT 1 Power Prep software from ETS but cannot derive the answer given in the software.Please help! Is x an integer? 1. x/2 is an integer. 2. 2x is an integer. The answer to the question (as given inthe Power Prep software) is A. Now assuming x = 1/2 and x = 2....
Congratulations! you had quite a breakthrough!
Quants is my weak point and however much I have tried I am just not able to streamline my prep for Quants.
Could you please help?
THANKS a real lot foryour feedback.
Discussions in this forum is actually helping me.Its now, I feel. that I am getting the right advice.
Thanks a ton.