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Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
19 Dec 2009, 21:34

Lindsy wrote:

Hello to everyone! I just make my first stepps to GMAT praparation and i m very pleased that i have found gmatclub. At the moment is it not to easy for me to write messages in English because it isnt my mother tongue und i didnt use English for a lond time. But I am going to be active on This Forum and who knows, maybe i can improve my English here from reading another messages. Could anybody advie me what i need to go the next. I have bought official Guide, then i have read math reviev part. Some items i k now from school but i think i need more practise. What shall i do as next? To take some online Gmat math tests? I will be glad to become an advise.

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
23 Dec 2009, 17:25

san03 wrote:

took the maths test , and the mistakes were mostly careless ones

It's funny that you mentioned careless mistakes. I thought about them earlier today. I told myself that on test day, I will need to take my time and assess each question carefully. I intend to ask myself, "What is the question truly asking you and what nuances are obvious?" The nuances of a question can be killer. _________________

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
26 Mar 2010, 09:06

I ll take the GMAT in April have done GMAT Prep- but only quantitative - i ve got 300( Is that bad? i have 2 books OG and Kaplan. Is the questions from Kaplan easier? Thanks=) is the disc,GMAT Prep, that i ve get today the same as the program on MBA website?

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
20 Apr 2010, 10:02

hi, I am new to this forum or so to say have come here after a long while.On my first attemp at the real GMAT i got a 690 ( 48 Q ) and would like to improve so am back to the basics. How would you guys rate the GMATclub tests and any specific study technics are welcomed..I NEED HELP !!!

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
31 May 2010, 12:46

i did two of the math tests on the GMAT club. i only got 23 out 37 on both of the tests. i was disappointed and frustrated. i made some stupid mistakes, but i found some of questions were hard. i wonder if anyone gets 37 out of 37.

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
31 May 2010, 12:53

Expert's post

tt11234 wrote:

i did two of the math tests on the GMAT club. i only got 23 out 37 on both of the tests. i was disappointed and frustrated. i made some stupid mistakes, but i found some of questions were hard. i wonder if anyone gets 37 out of 37.

Which tests did you do? Did you see a percentile ranking at the end? _________________

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
31 May 2010, 13:12

i did the first 2 math tests. the percentile was 27% for the first one and 14% for the second one. that's super low! btw, how are the percentiles calculated?

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
25 Jul 2010, 22:32

Dear Folks,

A couple of questions please:

1) How much time should we give studying and building a solid foundation before starting practicing these tests?

2) How many posts are necessary to be able to have these tests for free? PS: I am not sure if there is any such scheme but someone told me about it so I thought it would be appropriate to ask this question.

3) After completing a practice test, we would definitely find our weak areas. How much practice would it usually require to plug in the deficiencies before starting a new practice test.

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
30 Jul 2010, 00:17

I am trying to get my 250 quality posts so I can get the challenges! Wow, a 42 to a 48 is a nice improvement and one that I would like to make as well. I am at a 42Q on GMAT Prep. Ive heard that the challenges are mainly for the 47+ level trying to get to the 50+. What do you think of that lanter1?

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
30 Jul 2010, 00:23

jingy77 wrote:

I am trying to get my 250 quality posts so I can get the challenges! Wow, a 42 to a 48 is a nice improvement and one that I would like to make as well. I am at a 42Q on GMAT Prep. Ive heard that the challenges are mainly for the 47+ level trying to get to the 50+. What do you think of that lanter1?

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
03 Aug 2010, 13:56

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I completed all of the GMAT Club tests over a span of 2 weeks prior to my exam. The questions were fair and representative to a certain extent. I found that on the test there were more "applied" math problems. We are used to the speed, rate, work problems but I had two questions dealing with volume & density and another dealing with electrical power. Pretty straight forward stuff but it threw me for a loop and I ended up messing up all three questions (first three questions of the damn test!). Hence the 49.

Thinking about buying...

I would recommend this to everyone but only after you build up a very solid math foundation. It's one thing to understand how to do every type of math question but its a totally different thing to handle hard question after hard question in a timely manner. The GMAT will continue to give you time consuming and tricky questions if you continue to perform well. The GMAT Club tests represent this aspect of the test well. So if you are scoring high on the practice tests or know your math very well, buy these tests. If not, keep working away on math problems until you are scoring high in practice (untimed).

The questions are very representative. After completing all of the tests I found some of the harder concepts like probability and inequalities to be much easier. I noticed the variation in question types and the tricks and pitfalls in both types of math questions. Data Sufficiency also turned into a strength and problem solving questions became "gimmies"

Sample Scores

m01: you answered correctly 30 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m01 is 75.5% m02: you answered correctly 34 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m02 is 93.1% m03: you answered correctly 30 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m03 is 79.3% m04: you answered correctly 32 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m04 is 84.9% m05: you answered correctly 34 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m05 is 96.0% m06: you answered correctly 35 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m06 is 97.4% m07: you answered correctly 36 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m07 is 98.5% m08: you answered correctly 35 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m08 is 97.2% m09: you answered correctly 34 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m09 is 95.0% m10: you answered correctly 31 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m10 is 85.1% (late night) m11: you answered correctly 34 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m11 is 92.5% m12: you answered correctly 34 out of 37 questions; your percentile on test m12 is 94.5% so and so forth...

Re: GMAT Club Tests: How do you review? [#permalink]
27 Oct 2010, 18:31

Gmat club maths tests are simply awesome. These tests really take score to 49+ level. However, I would suggest gmatclub quant test makers to include following concepts. 1. Interest calculations - I don't remember doing atleast one problem on these concepts. But, GMATPrep and real-GMAT are most likely to give problems on these concepts.