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#### GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)

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 Post subject: GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)  Posted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 11:48 am
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 So Finally the D-day came and gone.I wrote my GMAT on 10/11/2009 and scored 730 (96%) -- Q50(93%) , V38(83%) :-DAnd all the credit goes to stacey's & Ron's wonderful explanations. U guys are simply awesome!!This was my second attempt at GMAT, in the first I scored 660(83%).There are other forums for GMAT but the best thing about MGMAT is that here the explanations by Ron/Stacey are to the point, I mean there is no doubt left after Stacey/Ron has replied to the thread. I Also used MGMAT practice tests. MGMAT tests are tough but the analysis at the end of the test is very good, the average diffulty of questions you got right/wrong is very important. Initially i used to think that my SC is week but then i realized looking at the score report that the average difficulty of questions i got wrong was less for CR & RC and then focussed on CR & RC. Also the categorisation of every question by level of difficulty let me know where I'm lacking. The most important point about GMAT is that if you are not getting 600-700 level questions right u'll not reach the 700-800 level, hence there is no use of practicing the toughest questions if u are not getting the easier questions right.I used OG 11, OG 12, MGMAT SC & MGMAT Practice Tests this time i didn't used GMAT prep as most of the questions are repeats from OG.

 Post subject: Re: GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)  Posted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:13 pm
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 Thanks for sharing. I am in a similar situation as you were, I am planning on retaking the test soon as I initially scored a 680. Could you be more specific as to what you did differently in your study approach in order to improve 70 points? How much time did you give yourself to study between the two exams? Thanks

 Post subject: Re: GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)  Posted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 6:03 pm
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 Post subject: Re: GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)  Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 8:25 am
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 Abhishek,Can you please recheck your percentiles.....scored actually more than you verbal...but got an overall score of 720. If you dont believe me...see my post just prior to your post..I took the GMAT on Nov 11....Here are my scores720 (94%)Q50 (93%)V39 (87%)As you can my Quant is exact same as yours....verbal is actually 1 scaled point more than yours, but yet my final score is only 720 less than your score of 730.Please can you recheck your printed score paper that you recieve when you come out of your exam day......otherwise this is going to kill me through out today....I can't stop thinking....how is this possible?

 Post subject: Re: GMAT 730 (96%), Q50(93%), V38(83%)  Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:21 pm
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