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# GMAT Club Tests 14 Math + 6 Verbal - Free for GC Members

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08 Jan 2010, 09:44
Is there a way to determine approximately what GMAT score one scored based on the percentile scores? I understand it would be an approximation but it would be nice to see where I stand.

I received m25 -96%, v06 - 89%
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08 Jan 2010, 10:02
You can try to find similar scores in this thread:
result-correlation-between-gmat-and-gmat-club-s-tests-30989.html

People who took the real GMAT posted their GMAT Club Tests scores in that thread. Hope this helps.
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Is there a way to determine approximately what GMAT score one scored based on the percentile scores? I understand it would be an approximation but it would be nice to see where I stand.

I received m25 -96%, v06 - 89%

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I realize that these questions are designed to be extremely difficult, but damn! These are the hardest questions I've come across.

But what would you say is an average beat down? Sometimes I can struggle my way up to a 29 or 30, but usually my score lands somewhere in the low 20's. Obviously, I'm not going to get high marks on these tests, but is a 22 or 23 kind of normal or should I be alarmed?

Thanks!
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I realize that these questions are designed to be extremely difficult, but damn! These are the hardest questions I've come across.

But what would you say is an average beat down? Sometimes I can struggle my way up to a 29 or 30, but usually my score lands somewhere in the low 20's. Obviously, I'm not going to get high marks on these tests, but is a 22 or 23 kind of normal or should I be alarmed?

Thanks!

No, do not be alarmed but instead use the tests to learn and probe your weaknesses. I have to say, unfortunately, ignore the scores or otherwise, it will be pretty discouraging. Use a GMATPrep or another simulated test to evaluate your performance.
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Damn it, m06 is something insane... I'm already exhausted and it's after first 10 questions...

First 5 tests haven't been SO challenging (95.9%; 93.4%; 88.3%; 91.1%; 91.9% with 3-5 mistakes in each)...

Gonna retake it in couple of days
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Is there a simple way to export the results of the GMAT Club tests with the category of each problem? I'm trying to keep an error log based off the results, and hone in on my weaknesses, but it seems like there is only an Excel sheet for the Diagnostic Test. Suggestions?

thx.
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THANKS 4 UR INFO...Wat aboutThe quality of tests...
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01 Apr 2010, 23:30
I think the kudos points should not be the only criteria for the tests.Some other criteria should also be considered.
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05 Apr 2010, 21:27
I hear the quality is goo, will have to see...
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26 Apr 2010, 03:50
Hi,

I'd like to ask about the free options. Is it still true that when I have accumulated 200 posts all tests would be available upon a click?

Thanks.
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26 Apr 2010, 05:25
Hi,

Yes, the Free GMAT Club Tests policy is still in action. Please remember that your posts have to be quality posts and not just one-liners .
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Hi,

I'd like to ask about the free options. Is it still true that when I have accumulated 200 posts all tests would be available upon a click?

Thanks.

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26 Apr 2010, 06:23
dzyubam wrote:
Hi,

Yes, the Free GMAT Club Tests policy is still in action. Please remember that your posts have to be quality posts and not just one-liners .
calvinhobbes wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to ask about the free options. Is it still true that when I have accumulated 200 posts all tests would be available upon a click?

Thanks.

Thanks. Are there any policies still in action? Do I need to register on anything when I become qualified? Thanks again.
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26 Apr 2010, 06:31
Your access to GMAT Club Tests will be enabled automatically when you reach 200 posts and have been a member for 90 days.
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10 May 2010, 12:30
Hi,

I thought we could access the tests free once we had 100 posts and 25 kudos, however im still unable to get access to them. Am i missing something here??.
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10 May 2010, 23:31
Hi,

You got the access! Enjoy!
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I thought we could access the tests free once we had 100 posts and 25 kudos, however im still unable to get access to them. Am i missing something here??.

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14 May 2010, 03:26
i have 100+ posts and 26 kudos ...and i still dont have access to the 25 tests ? why ?
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25 May 2010, 09:44
Is it 100-25 or 200-50?

Also, I checked the other thread and I think to get about GMAT700 we need about 35V (assuming 50Q), correct?

I got 34 in v06 sample so I'm feeling pretty good if this is true.
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25 May 2010, 12:57
Here are three ways you can get access to GMAT Club Tests for free:

1. 50 kudos
2. 100 forum posts and 25 kudos
3. 200 forum posts and 90+ days of membership

Here's a thread explaining GMAT Scores:
gmat-score-guide-to-gmat-scores-score-reports-83890.html

It seems that you should have 720 or more if you get Q50 and V36. See this debrief:
journey-670-to-720-q50-v36-long-85083.html

ponderer wrote:
Is it 100-25 or 200-50?

Also, I checked the other thread and I think to get about GMAT700 we need about 35V (assuming 50Q), correct?

I got 34 in v06 sample so I'm feeling pretty good if this is true.

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31 May 2010, 07:04
i tried to access to the GMAT Club tests, but i couldn't!! is there anything wrong with it? it kept asking me to log in even though i did already!! can someone help and tell how to get access to the tests? Thanks!
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31 May 2010, 23:54
Judging from your other posts, you should have had your free access to GMAT Club Tests.
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i tried to access to the GMAT Club tests, but i couldn't!! is there anything wrong with it? it kept asking me to log in even though i did already!! can someone help and tell how to get access to the tests? Thanks!

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