In my opinion, the new Veritas
tests are much better than the earlier ones. Please find below my review.Quant
I'd say the Quant questions are fantastic. They are quite tricky and also mimic the real GMAT quant questions. I'll be slightly biased here by choosing Veritas
quant over Manhattan quant because I felt the real GMAT questions weren't lengthy, as everyone says, but more analytical.Thumbs up Krishna/Brian/Team! Verbal
The SC questions are difficult and good for practice, but the RC passages are quite easy. In the real GMAT, RC section has questions with convoluted answer choices.
I think it's really difficult to mimic the GMAT style and pattern in the CR questions. The same is true with Veritas
, some of the questions are not properly phrased and have conflicting answers. But, some are really tough and tricky.Scoring Accuracy
Test 1 : 710 (Q 48 V 40)
Test 2 : 670 (Q 47 V 35)
Test 3 : 730 (Q 48 V 43)
Test 4 : 690 (Q 50 V 35)
Actual GMAT: 700 (Q 44 V 41)
I'd say there is a significant improvement in Veritas
scoring alogrithm too, as my actual GMAT score turns out to be average of all my mock scores.
Overall, I'd say Veritas
tests are good for practice and definitely worth a try