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Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
22 Jul 2010, 15:24

ankitraheja wrote:

can somebody please list(if it is not too much of a pain) the complexity level of the m01 to m025 coz first 4 were not difficult at all(when I compare them to manhattan)

Thanks

I too would like to know this. I don't have much time left and I want to dedicate enough time to only 5 to 7 gmatclub exams.

From one of the prior posts (page 4?), I suspect exams 6, 7, 8, and 9 are pretty tough. In addition to those (based on the "Hardest Questions" section of the club test home page), 13, 14, 17-24 are also tough.

I think I'll start with 6, 7, and 8, and do a few of the higher-numbered exams. _________________

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
01 Aug 2010, 19:11

Just wrote club test #1 I must say it was awesome, sort of kicked my butt on some questions and some just sneaked up upon me. These are my results

Test Correct Total %Correct Mean Time Percentile #1 28 37 76 1min 48sec 77%

And i thought i was good in maths Any way the silver lining is that it was my first challenge with no prep.

One thing i want to know is what that score falls into, in terms of real GMAT math score. In other words how much prep is required in quant if i am shooting for 650 - 700 in real thing

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09 Sep 2010, 01:57

dzyubam wrote:

Thank you for the initiative! You deserve a bunch of Kudos! +1 from me.

Pkit wrote:

Guys, I have compiled all results in one file, please see results and correlation. Please further insert your results here.

Thank you I have compiled only those long list results, without adding minor(2-3 tests) results and ranges like "scored between 70-95% in last 12 challenges". _________________

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
19 Sep 2010, 21:22

Does anyone have experience with these tests and the MGMAT ones? I have 8 of them already from buying the book set. I've taken 3 so far, and plan on doing some more reviewing before I do any more.

Also, one really nice thing about the MGMAT ones is it breaks down by topic how you performed so you can start to see trends after a few tests!

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
14 Nov 2010, 19:39

HI pkit

Can you help me figure out how to use your spreadsheet. I am a little confused here. For e.g. I got 31 / 37 on m02. How can I calculate my Quant Score out of 51. I cant seem to figure out.

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02 Mar 2011, 16:20

Any recent percentile scores on m24 and M25! My M25 was at 70% and m24 was at 35%.

Although, i did better on m24 in terms of number of answers that were right. Im hitting a consistent 45 in my quant in MGMAT and briefly touched 48 once.

Looking back at the test, i make many silly mistakes especially after question 25. Im hoping practice will help me sort this issue.

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
19 May 2011, 02:37

1. The percentiles for GMAT Club Tests do go down with time. 2. You're definitely good at math 3. Don't stress about the percentiles. Instead, learn as much as you can while taking these tests.

bblast wrote:

i took math 1 and math 2 scores 27/37 and 27/37

percentiles 53 and 37

i browsed through the threads and noticed people getting 70-80 percentile with 26-30 questions correct,.

have the percentiles really gone down over the years ? or I am dumb at quant ?

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
19 May 2011, 03:37

hey I am new at gmat club, where do i give feedback for the tests?

there was a small error in one of the answers of test,,,,a question saying that the " product of the digits of the 2 digit number is a multiple of 9" and in the solution they have added the digits,"

the answers is right but the addition instead of multi is wrong. _________________

Cheers !!

Quant 47-Striving for 50 Verbal 34-Striving for 40

Feel free to send me a PM if you any questions/suggestions about the Tests.

bblast wrote:

hey I am new at gmat club, where do i give feedback for the tests?

there was a small error in one of the answers of test,,,,a question saying that the " product of the digits of the 2 digit number is a multiple of 9" and in the solution they have added the digits,"

the answers is right but the addition instead of multi is wrong.

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
24 May 2011, 05:10

Hi,

I am scheduled to write the GMAT in two weeks. I just wrote a few GMAT club's math tests and was confused about the percentile and results. I could not understand how to interpret the excel correlation sheet.

For me timing has been a major issue since I started preparing for GMAT. In MGMAT CAT 1,2 and 3 I was not able to go past Question # 31. All three times I got around a score of around 39-40. I did CAT # 3 almost a month ago and was dismayed at the results. Since then I have reviewed my math concepts and written a few GMAT Club's tests over the past 3-4 days.

Following are my results so far, and as you can see I have not struggled with timing in any of the GMAT club's tests.

I was wondering if anyone who has recently written both the actual GMAT and GMAT club's tests comment on my scores? What scores on the actual GMAT do the results above suggest? Also, how do the GMAT club's math tests compare to the actual GMAT in terms of timing? I am just completing the GMAT club tests on time and my past experience with MGMAT CATs has made me really nervous about timing. I am worried I will run short of time on the actual GMAT. Also, is it just me or has anyone else found the MGMAT CATs to be harder than the GMAT club tests? Was it not supposed to be the other way round?

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
30 May 2011, 18:20

I'm just beginning my studying now. Have about 3 months. I plan on tackling Quant first and once I lay the foundation I plan on tackling these tests. Seeing some of the results of previous GMATters confirmed this.

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
31 May 2011, 01:18

That's a good plan. Go for it. Good luck with your prep!

DJK wrote:

I'm just beginning my studying now. Have about 3 months. I plan on tackling Quant first and once I lay the foundation I plan on tackling these tests. Seeing some of the results of previous GMATters confirmed this.

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
31 May 2011, 18:05

dzyubam wrote:

That's a good plan. Go for it. Good luck with your prep!

DJK wrote:

I'm just beginning my studying now. Have about 3 months. I plan on tackling Quant first and once I lay the foundation I plan on tackling these tests. Seeing some of the results of previous GMATters confirmed this.

I look forward to it.

Thanks for the good wishes dzyubam!

It seems I may have made a minor error in that I bought the Kaplan Math Workbook before I learned about the Manhattan GMAT Math Foundations workbook. My math is pretty rusty, even back to basic fundamentals of fractions like canceling.

This is a community project aimed at assembling a good Math guide on essential GMAT Math topics. I'm sure you can find something useful there to brush up your Math skills.

If you feel that you can do better with the second book you mentioned, maybe it makes sense to get it too... _________________

Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
07 Jul 2011, 14:30

I gave v06 GMAT Club free verbal test. I got 32 out of 41 correct but it says 60.8 percentile.. Guys, please share your scores and please comment on my score, where do I stand and how Gmat club percentile works ? I want a 750 at least, please let me know what should I do more and what tests are best to practice that simulate actual gmat.

Thanks

gmatclubot

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