First of all - Sorry about the scores. That was not our intention.
it is very hard to measure ones abilities objectively and even though we have made a huge move this summer to making the scores much better, they are still not perfect. The scores depend on other test takers and sometimes very skilled people skew the tests.
There are many things involved such as what subjects you know vs. what subjects are tested. There are also experimental questions and there is always the case of what questions you answer correctly/incorrectly and in what order, etc.
Most of our questions are actually 700+ questions so this is extra hard practice and that's what counts on the GMAT.
Having said all of that, if you are not satisfied with them, happy to offer a refund, just PM me or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. No issues with that at all. Would not want anyone to be unhappy.
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