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Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant

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Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2011, 22:49
Hi,

I want to know where I stand in verbal now. Any CATs I can take for it?

I want to do verbal only, and I don't want to waste any exams in my MGMATs or GMATprep if I am not ready for quant.

Any ideas?
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2011, 23:03
gablaze,

if you are not prepared for quant then its pretty wise decision not to waste gmatprep. Actually gmatprep and manhattan are the most reputed cats. Other cats get the flak for giving very very easy and stupid quant question and to compensate for that skewing your score down. However, the verbal sections of other cats are relatively better than quant section, so you can definitely give a try to kaplan (non-lineral), knewton free, and princeton free and veritas Free tests. I have given princeton and knewton and didnt liked their quant section. However their verbal section is ok and doesnt skews you score that much. Particularly verbal of knewton is good.
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2011, 01:08
gablaze23 wrote:
Hi,

I want to know where I stand in verbal now. Any CATs I can take for it?

I want to do verbal only, and I don't want to waste any exams in my MGMATs or GMATprep if I am not ready for quant.

Any ideas?


If you post 11 more messages on these forums, i think you will be able to access GMATCLUB tests. There are 6 Verbal sets (41 Questions each) along with 25 Quant sets..Try them out
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2011, 05:13
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gablaze23 wrote:
Hi,

I want to know where I stand in verbal now. Any CATs I can take for it?

I want to do verbal only, and I don't want to waste any exams in my MGMATs or GMATprep if I am not ready for quant.

Any ideas?


If you post 11 more messages on these forums, i think you will be able to access GMATCLUB tests. There are 6 Verbal sets (41 Questions each) along with 25 Quant sets..Try them out


I you are serious about "assessing" (not practicing) your verbal skills, please DONOT rely on GMAT club tests. You can use them for "practice" but if you want to see your true level, as gablaze23 said, use any of the CATs and that should give you good indication. If it was quant, I would have recommended to ONLY use MGMAT or GMATPrep - rest are very easy and hence are also very harsh on grading - making the whole assessment moot.

Hope this helps.
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 06:53
Hai abhicoolmax

My posts on this forum is 196., If I post 4 more on this forum I will get access to gmat club tests, as you said in the earlier post. I dont need to pay any money right. Please clarify my doubts, It wll be helpful for my practice.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 08:16
gablaze23 wrote:
Hi,

I want to know where I stand in verbal now. Any CATs I can take for it?

I want to do verbal only, and I don't want to waste any exams in my MGMATs or GMATprep if I am not ready for quant.

Any ideas?


Good Question! Even I have same question..
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 14:41
TomB wrote:
Hai abhicoolmax

My posts on this forum is 196., If I post 4 more on this forum I will get access to gmat club tests, as you said in the earlier post. I dont need to pay any money right. Please clarify my doubts, It wll be helpful for my practice.

Thanks in advance.


I might be wrong but I think they changed the rules. I think, with new rules, you should have access to the GMATClub tests now. Back when I wanted the access, the criteria was 200 posts + 25 kudos :) Good luck!
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Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 14:45
GMAT Club and MGMAT for Verbal. Pretty much the same for quant - all others are either off-topic or far too easy. MGMAT is harder - although in my experience the quant on the real GMAT was harder than GMAT Prep.
Re: Any CATs that can give me a good idea of my verbal? No quant   [#permalink] 25 Jul 2011, 14:45
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