Myths about GMAT

6 10 2007
  • I have scored 700+ on the GMATPrep and other full length practice test so I would comfortably score 700+ on the actual exam
  • Permutation and Combination, Probability questions are usually asked to students scoring high in the quant section
  • Bold faced CR questions are a sign of higher difficulty (high score) questions in the verbal section
  • The first 5-10 questions are the most important questions and your score depends on how you answered these questions

I will keep updating this post with more myths about the GMAT test. The real facts are for us to find and discuss!

Yes… I need all your comments  and real GMAT experiences 🙂

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