@dzyubam: Thanks for your response. That was definitely the type of information that I was looking to seek, although it's unfortunate that there aren't some more concrete correlations. I am aiming for a Q score of 48-50, so I definitely have my work cut out for me still. Fortunately, after reviewing the questions I missed, other than on M23, I'm fairly comfortable with the subject matter and feel that in 7-8 weeks of just solving hard problems in Total GMAT Math
and reviewing incorrect answers, I can improve further.
Also, if the GMAT Club tests
are indicative of 700 level questions, I hope that I can get through the "easier" questions in well less than 2 minutes and have more time to dedicate to the harder questions. On the one practice cat I took (GmatPrep1) with virtually no studying, I received a Q score of 44 and had nearly 30 minutes remaining when I finished that section (I really want to emphasize my time management on CATs, because I am used to being on the slower end of test-taking). I feel I have improved my quant skills vastly in the 2 months since I took that mock exam. I have been getting the vast majority of questions right in OG12
, as well, so I hope that I am on the right path.
Although my results on the GMAT Club exams was disheartening, I will keep plugging away. It is nice to know that someone who scored a 20 on one of those exams wound up getting a Q49 on the actual exam. Hopefully, I can replicate his/her performance, myself...