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03 Jan 2011, 11:22
Guys ,
How good are the gmat club verbal tests . I gave one free test way back in september and got 12 wrong and today when i gave the v01 test , I just got 18 questions right .
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04 Jan 2011, 09:14
Our test tend to be on the more difficult side when compared to the real thing. People tend to appreciate this as there is ample lower difficulty questions out there (namely OG).
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24 Dec 2011, 04:27
Hello Mods

I just took the GMAT Club Verbal 01 and got 24 correct out of 41.
Although I have a percentile displayed to me post test , is there any way I gauge how I have performed.

How's the difficulty of Verbal Tests at GMAT Club compared to Orig CATs. ?

Thanks

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24 Dec 2011, 07:20
Hi !

I'm sailing in the same boat . Gave VO1 and got 26 correct. Could anyone tell me what raw score could that correspond to? A best guess from the creators of the test?

Also , is there a difficulty level difference or percentile calculation difference between the FREE VO6 test and PAID V01?
I gave V06 a week back and got 9 incorrect and today I ended up with 15 incorrects on the VO1(after more hours of studying!!!!) :-S

Gona take the V02 too and then make a best guess of how hard the paid tests are!!!!

Responses appreciated!
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24 Dec 2011, 07:47
ananyap wrote:
Hi !

I'm sailing in the same boat . Gave VO1 and got 26 correct. Could anyone tell me what raw score could that correspond to? A best guess from the creators of the test?

Also , is there a difficulty level difference or percentile calculation difference between the FREE VO6 test and PAID V01?
I gave V06 a week back and got 9 incorrect and today I ended up with 15 incorrects on the VO1(after more hours of studying!!!!) :-S

Gona take the V02 too and then make a best guess of how hard the paid tests are!!!!

Responses appreciated!

Hey Ananyap

I am posting my performances for V01 - GMAT Verbal.
We can compare incorrect questions and work it out if that seems ok with you ?

In the process we may bridge the loopholes and learn from each other.
I'll too give V02 and post the same.

Cheers
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24 Dec 2011, 09:57
Hey Ananyap

I am posting my performances for V01 - GMAT Verbal.
We can compare incorrect questions and work it out if that seems ok with you ?

In the process we may bridge the loopholes and learn from each other.
I'll too give V02 and post the same.

Cheers

Seems a great idea! I'm in.

Just took my V02- ditto results. 26 correct!!!
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24 Dec 2011, 10:58
ananyap wrote:
Hey Ananyap

I am posting my performances for V01 - GMAT Verbal.
We can compare incorrect questions and work it out if that seems ok with you ?

In the process we may bridge the loopholes and learn from each other.
I'll too give V02 and post the same.

Cheers

Seems a great idea! I'm in.

Just took my V02- ditto results. 26 correct!!!

Hey Ananyap

Just checked ur V01 results.
What I have done as a part of analysis is came up with a distribution :
RC ( 9C / 3 W )
CR ( 6 C / 8 W )
SC ( 9 C / 6 W )
After that go to the concept and revise it say assumptions , idioms , subj verb etc..

Also I noticed u have taken >4 min on quite a few ocassions , something u may wanna watch out.
Check out BB's timing strategies they are amazing:
timing-strategies-on-the-gmat-80176.html

Will post my results for v02 soon.

Cheers

PS : Go by abhi.bsg@gmail.com on Gtalk...Can discuss online if u want to.
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24 Dec 2011, 11:35
Hey guys
My v 03 results !
Have any of you taken it ?
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verbal results v03.xlsx [9.99 KiB]

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24 Dec 2011, 20:17
Hey Ananyap

Just checked ur V01 results.
What I have done as a part of analysis is came up with a distribution :
RC ( 9C / 3 W )
CR ( 6 C / 8 W )
SC ( 9 C / 6 W )
After that go to the concept and revise it say assumptions , idioms , subj verb etc..

Also I noticed u have taken >4 min on quite a few ocassions , something u may wanna watch out.
Check out BB's timing strategies they are amazing:
timing-strategies-on-the-gmat-80176.html

Will post my results for v02 soon.

Cheers

PS : Go by abhi.bsg@gmail.com on Gtalk...Can discuss online if u want to.[/quote]

Hey!

sure we can discuss online. Added you!

And..Thanks for lookin into my results. On just a quick look, how cum u got a total of 17 incorrects in the split? (I'm guessing you used MY V01 results and not somthing else..Not sure.)

Have you taken the other tests? I'm gona wind up V03 - Bdw, When's ur test date? Mine is just 2 weeks away now!!!
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24 Dec 2011, 20:20
Hey guys
My v 03 results !
Have any of you taken it ?

Im gonna take the V03 shortly. Will keep updating the Excel file so you can join in and compare.
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24 Dec 2011, 20:46
ananyap wrote:
Hey Ananyap

Just checked ur V01 results.
What I have done as a part of analysis is came up with a distribution :
RC ( 9C / 3 W )
CR ( 6 C / 8 W )
SC ( 9 C / 6 W )
After that go to the concept and revise it say assumptions , idioms , subj verb etc..

Also I noticed u have taken >4 min on quite a few ocassions , something u may wanna watch out.
Check out BB's timing strategies they are amazing:
timing-strategies-on-the-gmat-80176.html

Will post my results for v02 soon.

Cheers

PS : Go by abhi.bsg@gmail.com on Gtalk...Can discuss online if u want to.

Hey!

sure we can discuss online. Added you!

And..Thanks for lookin into my results. On just a quick look, how cum u got a total of 17 incorrects in the split? (I'm guessing you used MY V01 results and not somthing else..Not sure.)

Have you taken the other tests? I'm gona wind up V03 - Bdw, When's ur test date? Mine is just 2 weeks away now!!![/quote]
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Hey Ananyap

Apologies for confusion. That was my split and not yours..
All Best for exam.

Lts talk sometime.

Cheers
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25 Dec 2011, 01:07
ananyap wrote:
Hey Ananyap

Just checked ur V01 results.
What I have done as a part of analysis is came up with a distribution :
RC ( 9C / 3 W )
CR ( 6 C / 8 W )
SC ( 9 C / 6 W )
After that go to the concept and revise it say assumptions , idioms , subj verb etc..

Also I noticed u have taken >4 min on quite a few ocassions , something u may wanna watch out.
Check out BB's timing strategies they are amazing:
timing-strategies-on-the-gmat-80176.html

Will post my results for v02 soon.

Cheers

PS : Go by abhi.bsg@gmail.com on Gtalk...Can discuss online if u want to.

Hey!

sure we can discuss online. Added you!

And..Thanks for lookin into my results. On just a quick look, how cum u got a total of 17 incorrects in the split? (I'm guessing you used MY V01 results and not somthing else..Not sure.)

Have you taken the other tests? I'm gona wind up V03 - Bdw, When's ur test date? Mine is just 2 weeks away now!!!

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Hey Ananyap

Apologies for confusion. That was my split and not yours..
All Best for exam.

Lts talk sometime.

Cheers

Sure! no worries..

Did you take any other tests? I got the same results each time. Haah...
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27 Dec 2011, 09:46
ananyap wrote:
Hey guys
My v 03 results !
Have any of you taken it ?

Im gonna take the V03 shortly. Will keep updating the Excel file so you can join in and compare.

Did you take v03, ananyap ?
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21 Sep 2012, 11:36
Hi,

I took the free GMAT club verbal test and scored in 99%/V45. The result looks somewhat unrealistic to me. I finished the test 15 minutes ahead of time, and felt that the questions were quite easy.

How credible is the free test?

Thanks a lot.

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09 Feb 2013, 13:30
EV wrote:
Hi,

I took the free GMAT club verbal test and scored in 99%/V45. The result looks somewhat unrealistic to me. I finished the test 15 minutes ahead of time, and felt that the questions were quite easy.

How credible is the free test?

Thanks a lot.

EV

I am in the same boat here, scored a 99%/V46 on the free test. Although I am expecting to score around there, the questions seemed very easy and I finished with 30+ minutes left.

This also was the free test, does anybody have any insight as to how credible it might be?
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01 Mar 2016, 14:32
From my experience with 5 free verbal tests, the portion of low quality questions is a bit high in the 700 range, especially for CR part. I think the underlying logic was the poorer the quality is, the more likely the answers diversifies, rendering the correct % low thus listing the question in the difficult ones.

The tests however are still useful enough to me to expose weakness, even the poor quality ones can give me some insight through their corresponding forum discussion. I'd say do the verbal test with caution, don't trust the score, review each question and check up the corresponding forum discussion if in doubt.
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01 Mar 2016, 22:56
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Hi miushock,

Since you're offering your first-hand opinion/assessment of these materials, it would be helpful if you would provide some context to your evaluation:

1) How long have you been studying?
2) What materials have you been using?
3) Have you taken the Official GMAT (and if so, then how did you score)?
4) How have you scored on each of your CATs?

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