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What is the best way to use the GMAT Club tests; so that the score maximizes in the real GMAT?
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I would recommend that you take all practice tests under timed conditions and use a scratchpad (like the one here: http://www.amazon.com/Manhattan-GMAT-Si ... 0979017580 I would also make sure to use an error log to help you keep track of your wrong answers/answers you didn't know but got lucky. I would make sure to review each test and each question once you are done. It does not make sense to power through as many of them as you can, it instead makes sense to understand, learn, and take the most out of each one that you take. Detailed explanations on many, if not all questions are in the forum for you to review. Best of luck!
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