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Manhattan GMAT tests and their accuracy [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2010, 15:31
Hello friends!

I have taken 6 Manhattan GMAT tests and am not certain on how well they predict for the real thing. (My goal is a 700 plus). I took the GMAT prep software tests already early on multiple times, so can't take them again to get a better picture.

My Manhattan GMAT scores are:

CAT Test 1: 680 (Q43, V36)
CAT Test 2: 680 (Q44, V38)
CAT Test 3: 700 (Q47, V39)
CAT Test 4: 640 (Q43, V35) (Ironically, this was my worst score and the only test I took in an unrealistic manner in breaks, did one section in the morning and the other in the night)
CAT Test 5: 690 (Q42, V41)
CAT Test 6: 700 (Q45, V40)

*I am planning to take the GMAT on August 11th, (upcoming Wednesday) but am not sure how accurate the Manhattan GMAT scores reflect . I've heard that the Quant is easier on the real GMAT, but if someone could please share their experience or any advice, I would really appreciate it!

Thank you so much =)
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Re: Manhattan GMAT tests and their accuracy [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2010, 16:32
From what I've heard, the quant questions on the real thing are slightly easier, but they're getting harder every day. The official verbal questions seem to be a bit easier to me, but I can't tell you for sure.

I'd use this cool tool to get a sense of what score you're looking at:

http://gmatclub.com/gmat-score-calculator/

Use the average of your last few MGMAT exams and it'll give you an idea
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Re: Manhattan GMAT tests and their accuracy [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2010, 20:45
Hey. yeah I have a similar question. I took one of the GMATprep and did decent on it and then took the CAT1 from MGMAT and the quant and verbal seemed a bit more difficult than the actual as my score reflected that.
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Re: Manhattan GMAT tests and their accuracy [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2011, 09:41
phdprospect wrote:
Hello friends!

I have taken 6 Manhattan GMAT tests and am not certain on how well they predict for the real thing. (My goal is a 700 plus). I took the GMAT prep software tests already early on multiple times, so can't take them again to get a better picture.

My Manhattan GMAT scores are:

CAT Test 1: 680 (Q43, V36)
CAT Test 2: 680 (Q44, V38)
CAT Test 3: 700 (Q47, V39)
CAT Test 4: 640 (Q43, V35) (Ironically, this was my worst score and the only test I took in an unrealistic manner in breaks, did one section in the morning and the other in the night)
CAT Test 5: 690 (Q42, V41)
CAT Test 6: 700 (Q45, V40)

*I am planning to take the GMAT on August 11th, (upcoming Wednesday) but am not sure how accurate the Manhattan GMAT scores reflect . I've heard that the Quant is easier on the real GMAT, but if someone could please share their experience or any advice, I would really appreciate it!

Thank you so much =)



Could you kindly share your real GMAT score

Thank you
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