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Let's work together as a community to create world's best GMAT Diagnostic test by creating, refining, and improving diagnostic questions.

We have started this project with the Quant section to help GMAT test takers understand their weaknesses better. The test is free - please take it. If you have any questions or suggestions - post them here. Also, the idea of the test is to improve it based on the feedback of the community - here is how you can share your thoughts: 1. Take the questions in the forum and make sure you are using the timer so the difficulty is accurately established 2. Provide verbal feedback by replying to this thread 3. Suggest question types to be included in this test - please provide examples if possible (we'll take care of creating the questions) 4. Finally - get others to take this test and provide their feedback

Index of Diagnostic Test Questions, Explanations, and Discussions:

How to use the Diagnostic Test - The Diagnostic Test is setup to allow you to test you as thoroughly or as quickly as you would prefer. The questions are arranged in sections in an increasing difficulty order - the first question is always 600-650 level, mid question is 700 level, and the last question is 750 level. If you are in a hurry, you can take either all easy or medium, or all hard questions only. Instead of 45 questions, you can only take 15 and leave the rest for later.

Taking the test You should spend a maximum of 90 minutes answering 45 questions or if you are taking fewer then plan to spend on average 2 minutes per question

Where are the questions from? The questions have been developed by very experienced and high scoring GMAT Club members

Are the questions copyrighted? Yes, but you can post and distribute them to benefit other test takers - please give credit to GMATClub for the hard work our members put into this test

Edit: Revision History: v5.0 - updated over 50% of the questions and replaced several questions v3.4 - fixed the wording in questions 20, 22, 24, 40, 43, 45; download count of the PDF was 272 v3.31 - fixed a typo in the answer key; download count of the PDF was 380; Excel file - 203 v3.3 - updated question 4; download count was 80 v3.2 - updated question 20; download count was 68 v3.1 - updated questions 15 and 25; download count of the PDF was 110 v3.0 - updated questions 4, 15, 20, 40, and 43; download count of the PDF was 1377 Answers Sheet - updated answer choices for v3.0; download count was 2677 v2.9 - updated questions 37 and 13, download count was 2481 v2.8 - updated question 44; download count of the PDF was 600 v2.7 - updated question 36; download count of the PDF was 300 v2.6 - updated question 7; download count of the PDF was 45; updated the answer choices; it's download count was ~1500

Re: GMAT Diagnostic Test - Quest for Best GMAT Diagnostic Test [#permalink]
03 Dec 2011, 14:34

I have recently finished gmat club diagnostic test.....

And have few questions regarding my current position.....Here is my score break up...

4/15 == 650 Level difficulty

7/15 == 700 level

9/15 == 750 level ( And 3 incorrect due to calculation error...Almost i had 12/15 correct)

However i find this accuracy little weird because how can a person get the average/basic questions incorrect and getting 700 - 750 level correct mostly.....

Also after 2 months i am testing myself in any test..during this period i read MGMAT guide 1 and 4.....

Mostly i made errors in rate, geometry and algebra......

But again comming back to my question how is this possible? _________________

Re: GMAT Diagnostic Test - Quest for Best GMAT Diagnostic Test [#permalink]
11 Jan 2012, 06:50

Hi Team,

I have found this very useful.First of all thanks for your initiative.Also,will you be able to give a diagnostic test for verbal that will be more useful.Thanks.Appreciated

Re: GMAT Diagnostic Test - Quest for Best GMAT Diagnostic Test [#permalink]
27 Jan 2012, 18:08

Thanks so much to the GMAT Club community for coming up with these questions. I am currently starting to review the final quant book for Manhattan, and these problems definitely re-enforced my problem areas (combinatorics, I'm looking at you). I plan on skimming each of these books a second time through, concentrating on my problem areas in particular.

I am currently working on trying to be at a 47 or higher for the quant. For anyone who has taken the actual exam already, are these questions on the diagnostic test comparable to the harder questions on the actual exam? I know that's what the intent of these questions is, I'm just curious as to what other people feel.

I scored a very humbling 23/45 on these questions, taking an average of 1 minute per question. How many of these questions should I be able to get right comfortably to feel confident of scoring around the 700 level on the actual exam (I know this is a subjective question, I'm just looking for a ball park figure/hearing other people's thoughts about the diagnostic test).

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19 Feb 2012, 10:59

Hi,

I am new to the club and this is my post on the GMAT club. I found the test really helpful in analysing my weak areas.I got 35/45. Please suggest how to improve a) Data Sufficiency b) Statisitcs c) Probability

Re: GMAT Diagnostic Test - Quest for Best GMAT Diagnostic Test [#permalink]
10 Mar 2012, 03:06

great questions, percentiles won't give you an idea how you will do on an actual test - some of the questions are too lengthy in calculation but don't have an easier (more intelligent) way to be solved, plus I dont think that you can get this many questions on combinatorics. But great practice still!

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17 Apr 2012, 09:08

In Question no. 11 of Diagnostic test, Statement 2 is " @ is divisible by 9" since statement 1 says " @! is not divisible by 5" which means @<5. The two statements are contradicting each other when we consider @= 0 or 9. Actually it should be only @=0. Since in GMAT, the two options cannot contradict each other. Hence the answer B. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Re: GMAT Diagnostic Test - Quest for Best GMAT Diagnostic Test [#permalink]
17 Apr 2012, 11:37

Expert's post

singhprince11 wrote:

In Question no. 11 of Diagnostic test, Statement 2 is " @ is divisible by 9" since statement 1 says " @! is not divisible by 5" which means @<5. The two statements are contradicting each other when we consider @= 0 or 9. Actually it should be only @=0. Since in GMAT, the two options cannot contradict each other. Hence the answer B. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Welcome to GMAT Club. The question you are talking about is discussed here: gmat-diagnostic-test-question-79339.html and there is no contraction between the statements. From (1) possible values of @ are as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and from (2) possible values of @ are 0 and 9 (here, saying that 9 is not a possible value because first statement doesn't allow this would be wrong, since you cannot use info from one statement when considering another).

Complete solution: 1233@ to be divisible by 5 symbol @ should represent either 0 or 5. So the question asks whether @ equals to 0 or 5.

(1) @! is not divisible by 5 --> @ can be 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 (note that 0!=1). Not sufficient. (2) @ is divisible by 9 --> @ can be 0 or 9 (note that zero is divisible by every integer except zero itself). Not sufficient.

(1)+(2) Intersection of the values for @ from (1) and (2) is @=0. Sufficient.

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04 Aug 2012, 22:20

Thanks a lot for the questions. If I am not wrong, I think this test would be more helpful once you are done with practicing the Quant section. The test would help you identify your current level and what kind of questions you must practice to achieve your desired level.

Desperately waiting for the Verbal diagnostic test. Also, it would be great if you could tell me the best source for 750-level questions. I have only come across 650-700 level questions till now.

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10 Nov 2012, 00:52

My question is probably really dumb, but has a verbal version of the diagnostic test been made here on the club? because I can't seem to find it. Thanks in advance to whoever might aswer.
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