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I have 9 days to my exam and want to take GMAT PREP tests. But now I find this thread in which three different versions of GMAT PREP are uploaded (or linked). Please let me know whether these three applications have different question pool (or few repeated questions). Are they worthy to take all 6 exams completely?
Once you register at mba.com, you can download the GMATPrep test. At mba.com you also have an option to place order for a free CD with this test (provided you have confirmed your GMAT dates).
Is there a discussion thread where GMAT prep questions are discussed?
I have certain doubts in the verbal section, was curious to know if we already have a thread where the GMAT prep q's are discussed or should i be individually posting them in the verbal forum?
We do not, though it is a good idea to start one. If you have time - that would be very helpful and I am sure would warrant quite a few kudos You can use google or forum search - that's what the most do right now.
Wondering how this would be possible. Does GMATPrep allow people to go back to the questions they answered wrong (ie, then someone could post specific questions)?
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GMAT Prep has more than 1,000 questions in it, so the best way is to create a single thread that has a collection of all gmat prep questions by either searching for the "gmat prep" keyword or by posthing them from your experience.... and starting that way.
I took the earlier version of the GMATprep test last night and got a 760 (q49 v45). I did recognize a couple of verbal questions from the OG but i still had to rethink the answer, so I don't think my score was inflated in that way. However, do you guys think the scoring algorithm and the general difficulty of the earlier version is the same as the current version of GMATprep and the real thing?
I'm only asking this because I keep getting 690-700 on my MGMAT CATs and I'm struggling with the quant (43-47 so far). I know that MGMAT is supposed to be harder but I just want to make sure I'm not inflating my confidence here.
I've also been reading on the forums that the real GMAT is getting harder than it used to be (not talking about deflated percentiles, talking about actual difficulty of questions) so that got me worried.
GMATPrep 1 vs. GMATPrep2 [#permalink]
13 Apr 2010, 11:24
Has anyone discussed the grading between the two? I understand that GMATPrep itself uses the same algorithm to calculate a score as the real deal, but for some reason, my GMATPrep1 score just seems to be lower than my GMATPrep 2 scores, for several times now. Anyone has the same issue?
also, the answers to the following questions would be VERY helpful to myself and others trying to figure out the difference between gmat prep version 1, gmat prep version 2, and powerprep:
1) is there any overlap between gmat prep version 2 and version 1? 2) is there any overlap between gmat prep version 2 and powerprep? 3) is there any overlap between gmat prep version 2 and og 12, og verbal (2nd ed.), or og quantitative (2nd ed.)?
4) is there any overlap between gmat prep version 1 and powerprep?[i think the answer is YES, so how much overlap?] 5) is there any overlap between gmat prep version 1 and og 12, og verbal (2nd ed.), or og quantitative (2nd ed.)?[i think the answer is YES, so how much overlap?]
6) is there any overlap between powerprep and og 12, og verbal (2nd ed.), or og quantitative (2nd ed.)?[i think the answer is YES, so how much overlap?]