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I have a question about GMATClub CATs. I already see that the GMATClub CATs are predominantly Quantitative, i.e. there are 19 of them as compared to 6 Verbal. I was wondering if the admins at GMATClub, were considering adding a few more Verbal Tests. I believe that extra source of practice would not hurt, but it would be rather beneficial, especially in the Verbal Section.
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Re: More GMATClub Verbal CATs [#permalink] New post 23 Apr 2012, 06:54
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I have a question about GMATClub CATs. I already see that the GMATClub CATs are predominantly Quantitative, i.e. there are 19 of them as compared to 6 Verbal. I was wondering if the admins at GMATClub, were considering adding a few more Verbal Tests. I believe that extra source of practice would not hurt, but it would be rather beneficial, especially in the Verbal Section.


Thank you for the question.
We are planning to sticking with the Quant tests at this time. I would ideally like to get to the point where we are offering the same quality of the Verbal tests as Quant. The main reason for not having more Verbal tests at this time is that no matter how good a Verbal question is, there is always a user who has an issue with it and doubts the official answer as it lacks the iron-clad logic of Quant.

Bottom line - it is pretty much impossible to create hard and great Verbal tests. As difficulty goes up, arguments/doubts/questions increase exponentially.

If you have any other suggestions or ideas, please let me know.
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Re: More GMATClub Verbal CATs   [#permalink] 23 Apr 2012, 06:54
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