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gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2008, 10:44
What percentile in the tests could be considered good to get at least a 700 score in the actual gmat, on the basis of takers' experience?
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2008, 16:42
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What percentile in the tests could be considered good to get at least a 700 score in the actual gmat, on the basis of takers' experience?


Please be noted that 700 also depends on your Verbal score. having seen your question regarding quant alone, I see people in this forum scaled from 60% to 80-95% in the last tests and reached 50Q on real deal.

SO, initially, you might get 50-60%, but as u research on the each answer, you will get more hit rate. But, you should start these tests only when you reach around 45Q on other tests like GMATPREP.
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2008, 22:20
Hi, sarangadhar,


I agree with you but please explain me in more details.
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2008, 08:30
I am a bit confused as well
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 27 Jul 2012, 15:37
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My GMAT exam is scheduled after a month. I have completed OGs , all Kaplan books and MGMAT strategy guides. I also gave gmat prep software tests and kaplan tests. However, my score is fluctuating between 620 and 660. I also run out of time on the quant section due to which my score is adversely affected for sure. I need to practice more and more. I am not currently working so I have ample time to practice. Are these gmat club tests based on the same pattern as gmat actual exam or other practice tests. i.e. do these tests include awa, integrated reasoning, quant and verbal and are 4hr tests like the actual gmat ?
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 28 Jul 2012, 13:18
Hi.

My GMAT exam is scheduled after a month. I have completed OGs , all Kaplan books and MGMAT strategy guides. I also gave gmat prep software tests and kaplan tests. However, my score is fluctuating between 620 and 660. I also run out of time on the quant section due to which my score is adversely affected for sure. I need to practice more and more. I am not currently working so I have ample time to practice. Are these gmat club tests based on the same pattern as gmat actual exam or other practice tests. i.e. do these tests include awa, integrated reasoning, quant and verbal and are 4hr tests like the actual gmat ?
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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 28 Jul 2012, 13:20
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Suggestion: Take a free test here: http://gmatclub.com/tests/dashboard/startfree.html
And you will see what it is, how the questions are, and what to expect.

The tests do not include AWA or IR - you can practice those pretty easily with other resources and it is usually not what is the most value.
The GMAT Club tests focus on the Quant and really are for people with at least Q40 to be productive. Otherwise, you will be sinking down pretty quickly...

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Re: gmat club tests [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2013, 05:55
I took the free test (M25) and scored much higher (30/37 correct, Q-51) than I have on the tests I purchased (19/37 correct). Why is that? What are the differences between the free test and the purchased tests? How should we judge our performances on these tests?
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