Thank you for the speedy reply. I definitely agree with you that practice tests should simulate the actual testing environment, but let me explain my strategy to help you get a better understanding of what I am trying to accomplish.
Right now I am focusing on only quant concepts, I am going through all the MGMAT books
and doing all the suggest OG 12
problems ( I am saving the OG Quant
Guide problems for later to assess what I am still weak in). I want to take only the quant section of a few practice tests during this time (maybe every other week) to gauge my progress in quant. Then I will move onto verbal concepts. I will go through all the MGMAT books
and do suggested OG12
problems. Then I would like to go back and do the verbal sections of the tests that I took the Quant sections in previously. After I am done with verbal, I will still take numerous full length practice tests under testing conditions with full review of answers.
I have 5 Kaplan
, 3 PR, 5 MGMAT, Powerprep and GMATprep that I can take, and I am thinking of purchasing or “achieving” the GMATclub tests
.. It would be really helpful to be able to take only half of a practice test, see my sub score and be able to return to the test and complete the other section. I really wish there was a way to do this…