You're in an envious position. Some people find that they are more comfortable with Test Prep questions (MGMAT or other types) and have a more difficult time with official GMAT questions and the transition can be painful. [That's why we emphasize so much Official Guide work with our students from the very beginning.]
The previous poster is exactly right. Since we are creating MGMAT CAT questions and not taking official material from the OG, there is a noticeable difference between our material and official GMAT material (for all question types). That said, there is a strong correlation between your performance on a MGMAT CAT and the official GMAT exam, so the MGMAT CATs are valid practice material. We do match the structure of the GMAT CR questions, so if you find that you consistently miss a particular problem type on an MGMAT exam (ie Draw a Conclusion), you should test yourself against that same question type in the OG to see if it's an issue with the source (MGMAT) or the type itself.
Thank you Manhattan for your reply!!!
Well to b honest, I have to say that I really enjoyed practicing your free CAT, though you have a really difficult Quant section (I got 46
- though I rarely make mistakes when I practice)..... And regarding the verbal: I know it's my weak area, but didn't expect that I am that weak!!!!
But surprisingly, I got higher than I expected (33)!!!! I try to look on the plenty half of the glass: It shook my, and told me: Hani, You still have plenty of work to do!!!!
I will take all your CATS after finishing all the material I have, and then I will re-evaluate my situation!!!
Again: THANK A LOT MANHATTAN