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GMAT PREP : Test Pattern: [#permalink] New post 05 Sep 2012, 01:26
I have checked at least 4 GMAT PREPs' verbal sections and I found that GMAT PREP has a pattern in its question sequence: I mean the first question is SC, second is SC , third is SC ans so on which creates the below list.

Now please help me to answer these questions:

1. Is this the same pattern that you have seen in your PREP TEST?
2. Is the actual test has the same pattern?

1 SC
2 SC
3 CR
4 SC
5 CR
6 RC
7 RC
8 RC
9 CR
10 SC
11 SC
12 CR
13 SC
14 SC
15 RC
16 RC
17 RC
18 CR
19 CR
20 SC
21 SC
22 SC
23 RC
24 RC
25 RC
26 RC
27 CR
28 CR
29 SC
30 CR
31 SC
32 SC
33 RC
34 RC
35 RC
36 SC
37 SC
38 CR
39 CR
40 CR
41 SC
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Re: GMAT PREP : Test Pattern: [#permalink] New post 05 Sep 2012, 06:28
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I can't say that I've seen this pattern, but can help me understand how this might help?
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Re: GMAT PREP : Test Pattern: [#permalink] New post 05 Sep 2012, 06:37
This pattern is derived from GMAT PREP old version.

first I am interested to find is there any specific pattern?
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Re: GMAT PREP : Test Pattern: [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2012, 14:13
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There is no specific order - the GMAT works from a question bank organized by difficulty level and types of questions. It will have a target # of questions for SC, CR and RC. Then it will randomly give you a question type - then if you get it right, you might get a more difficult question and can be randomly chosen between SC, CR and RC. If given RC, it will give it to you as a group - so several questions relevant to that passage. Then it will jump to SC/CR until the target # of such questions are reached.

Each GMAT Exam can be slightly different - but the target # of questions for each section will always be reached. The specific algorithm has never been released but it follows these guidelines.
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Re: GMAT PREP : Test Pattern:   [#permalink] 19 Sep 2012, 14:13
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