Hey..anybody know of a good quiet place to study at in the banjara hills/jubilee hills area...perhaps a library or something
I took my GMAT today and was horribly disappointed with my score 660 ..this because i seemed to be doing alright in the practice tests scoring 710-730. I feel that these scores were a little bloated since the individual section scores in GMATPrep are weighed against static percentiles in the software, while in actual GMAT these are weighed against the current percentile data of all students who've taken the exam until that point of time, which I believe could be a little higher. So I'd advise everyone to aim for a score 20-30 marks higher than their ultimate target while taking tests in GMATPrep.
Anyhow, I plan to take GMAT again within the next six months. A little introspection leads me to think that I lacked a definitive strategy to attack the verbal section this time around. While there were many instances when I was sure about my answers, there were a few instances where I just went with the option that sounded right to my ear. I would want to avoid doing this the next time. Could you guys give me some pointers on ways of approaching each question type of this section? I'd really appreciate it.
Also does anyone know of any software that deals exclusively with the verbal section, something like the GMAT Focus for Quant that GMAC offers?
I'm looking for Verbal help too. I took my GMAT today, scored a 660(48/33)..very disappointed with my performance. Please let me know in case you do get hold of some contacts.