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Should I devote time to GMATclub tests?

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Should I devote time to GMATclub tests? [#permalink] New post 24 Jan 2011, 01:58
Hi guys, I've been preparing for GMAT for quite a long time already and the main concern 'till now was quant part. Right now I feel pretty confident about it. Here are the scores for some CATs:
GMATprep 1 - Q49
GMATprep 2 - Q50
Veritas CAT - Q51
There were also Princeton CATs where I scored like Q45 with 4 mistakes out of 37, that was quite odd for me. However, while doing MGMAT questions banks I've noticed that I have some problems with 700+ questions. ( Round one third was done correct ). Meanwhile, Verbal part is a real challenge for me and I feel I should invest much time into it.
So here's the question - should I go through GMATclub tests in order to polish my quant skills and guarantee Q50+? Let's assume that 1 test takes 2 hours (that's time consuming) and that I need a serious improvement in Verbal part.
p.s. I'm going to take the GMAT in the very end of March and my goal is solid 700.
Regards, Sergey
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Re: Should I devote time to GMATclub tests? [#permalink] New post 24 Jan 2011, 10:10
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Hi DaoEmo,

Gmat club tests are designed for the ones who want to move from a 45 to 50 or above Q score. As you have already reached Q 50 in gmat prep, so I think gmat club tests will be a great help to polish your Quantitative Skills. Those will be just an additional practice resource.

So its your call now. But one point you should remember is that club tests will not guarantee a Q51 score. The test day environment is quite different fromt the practice CATs' ones.

Best of luck.
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Re: Should I devote time to GMATclub tests?   [#permalink] 24 Jan 2011, 10:10
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