I need a bit of help. I have been workin on the math for some time and feel i should test myself and get an idea what level I'm at. I havent really started verbal and don't want to test on that yet. so how do i go about this? do i take only the math section of a CAT test( either GMATPrep, MGMAT, KAPLAN
etc ) ?
the problem i think i might have with this is that if i do that, i would prolly see the same math questions later on when i am actually testing myself on math and verbal together. (i.e when i am simulating the real GMAT )
You should take the math portion of the test. It works very well.
You'll take a few quant tests, then you will finish verbal and take the remaining verbal sections. Then move on to other tests.
Individual tests (MGMAT, Kaplan
, GMATPrep) do not repeat questions from test to test, so unless you ratake the same test, you are OK - most people do fine by just taking 5-10 total tests during their prep:
- 2+ for Math/Quant
- 3-5 for Practice after done with math and quant
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