….and scored 750 (Q50,V41). Yeah, I was right, the GMAT Quant is slighlty more difficult than the Manhattan CAT quant. Though I wasn’t exactly beaming with energy when I did this particular test, I think the score is cool and I will be ecstatic if I get something like this in the real one. Last night I did an MGMAT marathon…..well, not exactly a marathon, just two in a row because I had two left. That kind of exhausted me and I slept till 12:30 PM today. I am planning to go for a run followed by a nice shower and sound sleep.
I wrote four tests over the past four days, two of them in succession. I got 51 in quant in all of them. The bad part is I didn’t find the questions challenging. As far as I remember, I did encounter some questions in the real GMAT quant where I had to guess. So I am taking my perfect quant scores here with a pinch of salt.
The scores might have improved because I have slowed down as against completing the section 20 minutes ahead of time in my first GMAT. This has improved my accuracy a lot. This is one thing I want to tell everyone-READ THE QUESTION. See what is it asking for. Calculate exactly that and then mark the answer. I may do with a little better accuracy in data sufficiency though and a lot better accuracy in RC, but then this is not a post about the verbal section…is it?