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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2010, 13:04
Is there an assessment/analytic tool that shows the weak or strong areas by question difficulty level? Something similar to Manhattan GMAT's assessment tool. I think it would be very helpful.
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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2010, 23:00
There is no such tool at the moment. Sorry.
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Is there an assessment/analytic tool that shows the weak or strong areas by question difficulty level? Something similar to Manhattan GMAT's assessment tool. I think it would be very helpful.

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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2010, 23:05
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No doubt these tests are good. I've finished m01-06, m25, and v01.

For someone short on time, does anyone have any suggestion on which particular 5 tests to take (excluding the above)? Should I just continue to do them sequentially, or should I focus on a specific set of 5?

Perhaps there are some sets with questions that are more in line with the current GMAT?


my test date is 2 weeks from now, and i'm somewhat in the same boat as you... i feel that time is running out, and i need to do as many problems as i can from now on...

for quants, i'm planning on doing m13, m14, and m17 through m24 (well, as many as i can...) and for verbal, i plan to do as least 2-3 gmatclub tests.

other than that, my goal is to do more CATs (saving at least one GMATPREP a day before doomsday). hopefully i'll have about 15 CATs under my belt before the real thing!
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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 29 Jul 2010, 22:21
you answered correctly 31 out of 41 questions; your percentile on test v06 is 45.9% (you did better than 45.9% of v06 test takers).
Tip: you are welcome to copy and paste the results to your favorite spreadsheet software.


Could anyone please let me know what my raw score would be for this.??....This by the way is my result in Verbal V06...

Please let me know if this is good or bad??...
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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 29 Jul 2010, 22:25
This is quite a good score, but I can't tell you what raw score would be the equivalent.

You should still have some room for improvement.
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you answered correctly 31 out of 41 questions; your percentile on test v06 is 45.9% (you did better than 45.9% of v06 test takers).
Tip: you are welcome to copy and paste the results to your favorite spreadsheet software.


Could anyone please let me know what my raw score would be for this.??....This by the way is my result in Verbal V06...

Please let me know if this is good or bad??...

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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2010, 08:29
Hi all,

i got 28/41 correct in V06. i really do not know abt my performance and how it can be mapped to real GMAT verbal score.

thanks in advance. any input on this will be really helpful for me...

i just read this thread . i have posted the same clarification in some other thread also. hope it does not violate the rules of the club.
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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2010, 09:37
Hi,

I don't think you can have a good estimation of your Verbal GMAT score based on one V06 test. You should try different practice tests for that. Of course it makes sense to take those tests after you refresh the basics. Here's a link to GMAT Practice Tests thread:
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Hi all,

i got 28/41 correct in V06. i really do not know abt my performance and how it can be mapped to real GMAT verbal score.

thanks in advance. any input on this will be really helpful for me...

i just read this thread . i have posted the same clarification in some other thread also. hope it does not violate the rules of the club.

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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2011, 21:11
Hi Guys
I am curious to know more about the GmatClub tests. I read somewhere that one should try these tests only when one is already scoring above 45 in Quant because one cannot expect to see questions of such difficulty at low quant scores.

I've written two practice tests so far but haven't gone above 40 in Quant yet and am wondering whether the GmatClub tests can help me reach that 50 from where i am right now. Or is it better to focus on normal to easy questions (official Guides) so as to reach 45 first before buying the Club tests. In a way i'm also asking whether OGs should be done before attempting any hard question sets. Any comments??

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Re: GMAT Club Tests [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2011, 23:26
Hi,

GMAT Club Tests were designed to be harder than the real GMAT. So you need to have a very good understanding of the basics before practicing them. If you don't score above 40 in quant yet, the GMAT Club Tests should not be the only practice source for you.

If you're not sure you have all the math basics covered, I'd suggest working on the weakest areas first and then starting to do GMAT Club Tests.
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Hi Guys
I am curious to know more about the GmatClub tests. I read somewhere that one should try these tests only when one is already scoring above 45 in Quant because one cannot expect to see questions of such difficulty at low quant scores.

I've written two practice tests so far but haven't gone above 40 in Quant yet and am wondering whether the GmatClub tests can help me reach that 50 from where i am right now. Or is it better to focus on normal to easy questions (official Guides) so as to reach 45 first before buying the Club tests. In a way i'm also asking whether OGs should be done before attempting any hard question sets. Any comments??

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Re: GMAT Club Tests   [#permalink] 08 Dec 2011, 23:26
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