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# GMAT Club Tests: How do you review?

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25 Jul 2011, 10:27
gparmar16 wrote:
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.

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"

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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...

Where do u get the percentiles from ? Some scoring table is given ??
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05 Sep 2011, 12:22
I feel like I am in the same boat as many of you. I score between a 38 and 43 on the quant section but I took the quant set 1 and got 50% of my questions wrong. Additionally, my percentile was very low so obviously others are doing better. What is the next step? Should I continue to plow through the tests and just review each test as I go?
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25 Dec 2011, 22:20
i found gmat club test for quant really tough , but the explanations are really good ,i wish some more questions were available .
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11 Apr 2012, 03:04
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I feel like I am in the same boat as many of you. I score between a 38 and 43 on the quant section but I took the quant set 1 and got 50% of my questions wrong. Additionally, my percentile was very low so obviously others are doing better. What is the next step? Should I continue to plow through the tests and just review each test as I go?

Even though you posted long before but for benefit of others I would like to say (esp the bold part)- please understand many people take those tests multiple times, so obviously %ile goes up. Less said the better about the difficulty level of these tests- quite demoralizing some time (feel yuk at times, esp when you feel you are good to go for the real fight!)...
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11 Apr 2012, 03:06
Also has someone taken free tests available from MGMAT 4 sets & Knewton one's ? any idea of relevance- I took Knewton SC today and felt pretty much old fashioned ( I guess I encountered as many as 8 out 21 qs based on idioms)
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01 Nov 2012, 11:36
But manhattan books also have so so much irreleveant material..especially in the verbal
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01 Nov 2012, 11:37
But manhattan books also have so so much irreleveant material..especially in the verbal.. I like kaplan ones better..Kaplan +OG +quant reviews are sufficient to score 650+
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