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# Hardest GMAT club test

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22 Mar 2012, 06:57
Hi!

I need some advice on how to approach the hardest GMAT club quant tests. Basically I've gone through the OG12 quant and Kaplan 800 with very little problem. However with the gmat club hardest questions I have a lot of difficulty and keep making mistakes.

What's the best way to tackle this? Keep goin through GMAT club questions and reading the answers, or is there a better more efficient / smarter approach?

Thanks a lot!!

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22 Mar 2012, 09:14
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Would recommend that you go back to the area that is lacking in the books.
E.g. using the Kaplan Verbal workbook/Math Workbook or the MGMAT Guides or the MGMAT Math Foundations.

Tests help you best to find weaknesses, not so much learn ALL material. They provide snippets (a peephole so to speak). A book on the other hand is the door...
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22 Mar 2012, 23:17
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alexpavlos wrote:
Hi!

I need some advice on how to approach the hardest GMAT club quant tests. Basically I've gone through the OG12 quant and Kaplan 800 with very little problem. However with the gmat club hardest questions I have a lot of difficulty and keep making mistakes.

What's the best way to tackle this? Keep goin through GMAT club questions and reading the answers, or is there a better more efficient / smarter approach?

Thanks a lot!!

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GMAT Club test questions are tricky and definitely fun to work on if you enjoy Quant. If, after reading the solution, you feel that it is a concept you don't fully understand, go back to your books (as bb suggested) and ensure that you know it inside out. On the other hand, if you understand exactly why you went wrong and what you needed to do instead, jot down the takeaways, mark the question and come back to it after a few days. If you are on target this time, you are good to go. GMAT club test questions trick you, just like actual GMAT questions of high level lay traps for you. Take them as a challenge and you might learn a lot of new things.
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