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MGMAT's difficulty level [#permalink] New post 26 May 2010, 10:58
Hello all,

I gave two tests of MGMAT and scored 660 and 680 respectively. I didn't really read too much into the one I got 660 because I wasn't really focussed while giving the exam. But, what bothered me was the difficulty level of questions on MGMAT. I found them tougher than OG. I practice around 50 questions in Quant on OG and mostly score more than 95%. But, when I started taking tests on MGMAT, I found Quant's difficult level to be higher. That made me question the validity of the difficulty level of the tests. What are your experiences regarding this?

Kaplan: 690
GMATPrep: Before any preparation 650.

On a side note, will retaking the first GMATPrep test result in duplicate questions? (I don't want to expire both the tests)

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Re: MGMAT's difficulty level [#permalink] New post 27 May 2010, 10:06
I took MGMAT 1 and scored 600, was kinda disappointed, but seems MGMAT is difficult. See the past thread link below:

http://gmatclub.com/forum/mgmat-cat-difficulty-later-easier-than-earlier-65509.html

The same situation was with me that I was scoring weel in OG maths but MGMAT quant was tough.

Best of luck for your exam.

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Re: MGMAT's difficulty level [#permalink] New post 27 May 2010, 11:28
shaneforu wrote:
I took MGMAT 1 and scored 600, was kinda disappointed, but seems MGMAT is difficult. See the past thread link below:

http://gmatclub.com/forum/mgmat-cat-difficulty-later-easier-than-earlier-65509.html

The same situation was with me that I was scoring weel in OG maths but MGMAT quant was tough.

Best of luck for your exam.

Shane


Thanks for your post. I heard it from multiple people that the first two tests are designed to be more difficult than others. Still have 4 tests to go in MGMAT. Will keep posted on my progress. :)
Re: MGMAT's difficulty level   [#permalink] 27 May 2010, 11:28
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