Day 36 - PR CAT 3 Analysis
Reviewing my previous day's practice GMAT, I noticed that I got a lot of questions wrong. But the big difference between yesterday's test and the ones I took previously is that I didn't make any early errors. Almost all of the errors I made happened after the halfway point of each section. This goes to show that your performance early in the test determines to a great extent your final score. [EDITOR'S NOTE: Myth! Please see Day 21 Editor's Note]
So if you feel like you totally screwed up the end of one or both sections on the real GMAT, don't cancel your scores! You may still end up with a high score based on your early performance.
On another note, I'll be gone this Memorial Day Weekend. Blogging will resume Monday or Tuesday. Time for me to get some sun--I am one pale Asian man!
SUMMARY OF DAY 36 WORK:
1. Analyzed Princeton Review Practice CAT 3 using usual spreadsheet methods.
RECAP OF DAY 36 WORK:
1. I think that 70-80% of you score is determined by the first 10-15 questions of each section. Take the early questions seriously!
Labels: Practice Tests