Day 35 - Princeton Review Practice CAT 3
At last--I finally popped my 700 cherry!
This afternoon I took my sixth practice GMAT: CAT 3 off of the Princeton Review CD. It was a very smooth test. Since I'm now at a point where I am familiar with the topics on the test, I felt very comfortable today. Moreover, since I've gotten a few full-length practice tests under my belt, my stamina was great during the entire test--didn't feel tired at all towards the end. I said it once and I'll say it again: you have to consistently do those full-length tests. You will notice the difference.
My score: 720 (45 Quantitative, 45 Verbal)
The sad thing about my performance today is that this score may be skewed upward. Princeton Review did a shitty job designing its practice tests. Today, it totally reused reading comprehension passages that I saw on two previous PR tests. Consequently, none of the RC passages were new to me and I probably got more of those questions right than I would have otherwise.
But for now I shall bask in my ignorance.
SUMMARY OF DAY 35 WORK:
1. Princeton Review Practice GMAT CAT 3, off of Princeton Review CD
RECAP OF DAY 35 WORK:
1. Keep taking those full-length tests.
2. Watch out for PR's badly designed practice tests.
Labels: Practice Tests