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I am done with my MGMAT test:
MGMAT CAT 6A Completed 5/15/2011 - 680
MGMAT CAT 5A Completed 5/1/2011 - 630
MGMAT CAT 4A Completed 4/24/2011 - 650
MGMAT CAT 3A Completed 4/17/2011 - 670
GMATprep 1 Completed 5/21/2011 - 600 :(
Will attempt GMATprep 2 this weekend (saving it)

To be honest I did pause the time a couple of times during the MGMAT test, not to solve question but just :| (distracted, someone walked in the room, etc) definitely not doing that any more..clearly it impacts by score considerably (or maybe this was a one off bad test)

I want to do some more practice test but not sure if I should reset the MGMAT ones or find some other ones to tackle (any recommendations).
Does anyone know if I reset the MGMAT one how many of the questions are repeated?

Also I want to work on my problem areas but I am very familiar with the OG questions as I have seen them so many times where can I find good question sets associated with a specific question type.

Thanks

party for everyone if I score a 700+ 8-)
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Hi, have you tried gmat club tests. These are great for tough quantiative practice, infact market leader for tough gmat questions. Though these tests are not CAT, but sill a very good resource. You can also try to Veritas or 800 score CATs. Those can be crucial for practice.

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Re: Done with MGMAT test what CAT's should I now attempt?   [#permalink] 27 May 2011, 02:02
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