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# 800score practice math exam

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15 Aug 2006, 16:08
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Hi,

800score.com has a sample math test which I took. I did well but found that the questions required more brute force computations than real application of concepts. What do you guys think of these tests?
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15 Aug 2006, 16:15
They're good practise for those questions that require speedy questions. To be sure, there are a lot of mechanical questions, but I have noticed a fairly good correlation between those scores and the final GMAT q scores. Doing them is worthwhile, but only after exhausting the OG and GMATPrep questions!
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15 Aug 2006, 19:37
I 2nd kevin on this...

I did 3 of those tests and math had either very easy quant problems or very difficult... that is when you choose the highest difficulty level, of course. I liked the pacer... it's like a spoon-feeding approach and I think it's a good start to practice timing... wish they had it in the real thing
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15 Aug 2006, 20:26
Is it redundant if I third?

GmatPrep (And MGMAT even more) I find very conceptual in nature, especially with their DS'. I did the sample also, and it had a lot of computational ones that took quite some time to work out. I scored a slightly lower than normal, but I found it to be very helpful for practicing. I also concur that the clock thing was cool too.
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16 Aug 2006, 11:43
thanks for the feedback. i admit that i too felt the questions were pretty good.
i did as well as i do on other tests, but was initially thrown off by the calculations involved. normally i'm looking for a concept that they're testing, an approach which works for most of the difficult questions. here, i found that some questions simply required the 3-digit X 3-digit multiplication.

any idea if these guys sell just a Quant Question bank? how would yuu compare them to the challenges (i still have a lot of challenges left to practice).

as for the clock, i found it a little irritating...i believe in practice material that pushes you a little harder than the real thing
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