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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2010, 22:30
Do you also offer full length practice test? If so, are they online or do we have to download them?
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 08 Mar 2010, 00:30
Hi,

No, we don't offer full length practice tests at the moment. We have 25 Math and 6 Verbal Sets. We offer only online tests; no downloads are required.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2010, 13:46
Hi there,

I have a slightly strange request...My GMAT is 4 days away and I am mostly done with my prep but am not able to cross 45 in Quant. I have purchased the full set of Club Tests and even done the first 7 out of the Quant lot. Since I have only 4 days to go and I want to utilize the remaining Club Tests, could the moderators offer some advice on which Tests to attempt so as to give a last minute boost to Quant. I am willing to take at most 2 tests per day...so you can factor that into the total number of tests that you would want to recommend. Many thanks in advance for your help/advice.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2010, 17:07
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My suggestion would be not to kill yourself at this point. Focus on the "hardest questions" sets but stop working on them a day before. On the last day take a full test and stop any major studying. You can review notes for an hour or so but try to relax the rest of the day. Good Luck!
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2010, 00:12
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My suggestion would be not to kill yourself at this point. Focus on the "hardest questions" sets but stop working on them a day before. On the last day take a full test and stop any major studying. You can review notes for an hour or so but try to relax the rest of the day. Good Luck!


Thanks for the advice...That is what I was thinking of doing as well...good to have a second opinion from someone knowledgeable and experienced :)
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 17 Aug 2010, 03:53
Hi guys, I am having a problem with the access to gmat club tests. Although I have just paid the 79 US dollar to get the premium membership (I have received the payment confirmation by mail) I am still not allowed to use the club tests. Conversely, once clicked on one of the tests, the web page requires me pay the amount, without mentioning anything about my membership status. Furthermore, I want to let you know that I am sure to log in with the same username that I used to pay.

I would like to know what to do in order to solve this problem.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 20 Aug 2010, 00:13
I see you already used the GMAT Club Tests, so the problem must be solved.

Feel free to PM me when you have any questions related to the Tests or website in general.
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Hi guys, I am having a problem with the access to gmat club tests. Although I have just paid the 79 US dollar to get the premium membership (I have received the payment confirmation by mail) I am still not allowed to use the club tests. Conversely, once clicked on one of the tests, the web page requires me pay the amount, without mentioning anything about my membership status. Furthermore, I want to let you know that I am sure to log in with the same username that I used to pay.

I would like to know what to do in order to solve this problem.

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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2010, 22:08
Do the tests get progressively more difficult as the number gets higher? I was doing pretty well with tests 1-3 (missing only a few each), but I've actually been doing a little worse on the tests in the middle number range.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2010, 00:08
Hi,

The short answer is "no". The long one can be read here:
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Do the tests get progressively more difficult as the number gets higher? I was doing pretty well with tests 1-3 (missing only a few each), but I've actually been doing a little worse on the tests in the middle number range.

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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 17 Dec 2010, 02:53
Dear BB ,

Great Work. i also saw saw mgmat and knewton tests on on gmatclub test page. Are these tests the same as the 6 mgmat tests ? Could you please throw some light on this. i am considering buying the tests.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 23 Jun 2011, 23:27
I am currently at Q45, and looking to break into Q49. I mean they are a little pricey, but if they are real good, I'll buy them no problem.

Can these test raise my level from Q45 to Q49? I am done with the MGMAT books and I don't know where else to go. There is no books like the MGMAT that discusses purely 700 questions, where you encounter problems with complicated hexagons and 8 circles together.

Also, how accurate are these tests? Are they like the MGMAT? GMATprep?
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2011, 04:48
Hi bb
Is there anyway I can buy just the hardest questions section for a discounted price? I have ~20 days left before D-day and I'd like to test my concepts on tougher questions. Please let me know if that's an option.

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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2011, 10:54
I remember reading somewhere (still overwhelmed by the sheer volume of info on the site) that access to tests is free for those who post more than 200 comments on the forums. Is this true?
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2011, 15:54
Yes, this is true. However, the posts should really contribute to the discussion and not be one-liners like "B", or "I think A".
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I remember reading somewhere (still overwhelmed by the sheer volume of info on the site) that access to tests is free for those who post more than 200 comments on the forums. Is this true?

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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2011, 23:01
I have tried to find the answer to this but are the GMAT club tests adaptive like the real gmat or are they 37 tough questions?
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2011, 23:22
No, GMAT Club Tests are not adaptive. They are a collection of difficult questions.

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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2011, 01:29
Good system. Reduces the time waste.
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Re: Please read this before posting [#permalink] New post 25 May 2012, 22:06
First off, thank you so much for compiling these tests. Very helpful practice material indeed.

I was wondering if there is an error log that has already been created for the GMATClub tests i.e. something with OAs, categories (PS/DS) and sub categories (Algebra, Rate, etc...) already created in excel wherein I can just drop my responses and analyze weak areas accordingly?
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