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# Gmat Tests - in increasing order of difficulty?

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Are the GMATClub tests M1 to M25 sorted in increasing order of difficulty? For instance are the questions in M20 designed to be more difficult than M5 or M10?
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20 Feb 2012, 14:46
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Are the GMATClub tests M1 to M25 sorted in increasing order of difficulty? For instance are the questions in M20 designed to be more difficult than M5 or M10?

No, GMAT Club Tests are not ordered by difficulty, though some are harder than others (regardless of order).
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21 Feb 2012, 02:32
Thanks for the response Bunuel, I was wondering the same thing. A few other quick questions. Are the majority of the questions in the 700-800 range for difficulty? Also, any idea what the scores would roughly translate to on a scaled score (example: someone who is getting 30/37 on the GMATClub tests could expect about a 45Q)? I know this would vary by test-taker, and the particular GMATClub test....just wondering about ballpark figures.
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21 Feb 2012, 02:35
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Thanks for the response Bunuel, I was wondering the same thing. A few other quick questions. Are the majority of the questions in the 700-800 range for difficulty? Also, any idea what the scores would roughly translate to on a scaled score (example: someone who is getting 30/37 on the GMATClub tests could expect about a 45Q)? I know this would vary by test-taker, and the particular GMATClub test....just wondering about ballpark figures.

Please disregard second question about score correlation...found a great thread on this topic by searching the forums:

result-correlation-between-gmat-and-gmat-club-s-tests-30989-20.html?kudos=1
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21 Feb 2012, 03:23
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Thanks for the response Bunuel, I was wondering the same thing. A few other quick questions. Are the majority of the questions in the 700-800 range for difficulty? Also, any idea what the scores would roughly translate to on a scaled score (example: someone who is getting 30/37 on the GMATClub tests could expect about a 45Q)? I know this would vary by test-taker, and the particular GMATClub test....just wondering about ballpark figures.

Yes, the difficulty level of GMAT Club Tests is higher than that of real GMAT questions. So, probably majority are in the range from 650 to 750.
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