I am starting my preparation for the GMAT with the MGMAT math series. I would like to focus on the quantitative sections of the CATs (Just taking the Quant sections) and then go back and do the verbal sections later on. I don’t want to waste the verbal sections of the CATs without any preparation.
1- Do the MGMAT CATs (Kaplan
CATs also) allow one to complete the sections separately? How does it work?
2- Do you think this is a good strategy?
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1- No. When you take the CAT, you can't get a selective section score. Most prep company tests let you pause, but to get the assessment and score, you must complete the test.
2- No. You have plenty of resources for questions (GMATClub, OG, Offical Verbal/Math, etc.) Use your practice test for full assessments, and use problem for individual sections.
We recommend taking a diagnostic test to come up with your study plan. Simply studying w/o taking a diagnostic can be useful, but knowing your short comings and using targeted studying typically nets better results.
Best of luck,
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