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This might be inappropriate for this forum, but might be appropriate for this thread. Speaking of hard questions, I worked almost everything from the Kaplan GRE-GMAT Math workbook (4th Edition) and I think the problems are way too easy. The book really does not give you any kind of workout. Is actual GMAT math of this standard as in this book?
Oh boy.. they are really good. I attempted two tests of hard math questions and it was a great experience. The questions are surely of hard GMAT types . Atleast 1/3rd questions are very good. Chuxiz, if you know, what is considered a good score in these tests if you are aiming for 48+ level? I strongly suspect that these questions are real questions memorized by test takers and reproduced by this testing company.
I suggest other gmatclubbers to look into these questions..it will be a great practice.
How you got access to this resource. Have you taken princeton online course? Are these questions supposed to be from real GMAT and reproduced by people who got high quant scores?
How will you rate a score of 30+ out of 37 in these 3 hard tests? Time taken 65-70 minutes.
Thanks once again for sharing these tests.
You can go to and find some more resources for maths questions. Also, I have heard that crackgmat tests have some good quant problems.
After reviewing the answer on the first test, I'll admit that the questions are good, but some of the answers are indeed wrong.
For instance, question 3 should be C as opposed to B.
And question 18 should be C as opposed to A.
After reviewing the answer on the first test, I'll admit that the questions are good, but some of the answers are indeed wrong. For instance, question 3 should be C as opposed to B. And question 18 should be C as opposed to A.
Did anyone else find any problems?
Agree with u on this SigEpUCI
I also got C ... I think the Q is just poorly framed for the 3rd Question. If they say m<>n then the ans is correct