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What's the diff in GMAT Prep tests v1 (before 2007) and v2?

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What's the diff in GMAT Prep tests v1 (before 2007) and v2? [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2011, 09:07
Hi All,

I'd like to know if there is any difference in the GMAT Prep tests, version v1 & v2? The reason I'm asking is because I took one of the tests from v1 (earlier version) today and I found the quants section to be too easy...I usually run out of time but I finished 12 minutes early which shocked me...!!! Is there any difference in the difficulty level of these 2 versions?

There were a lot of questions from number properties, which were quite easy, can anybody please tell me what they felt about the level of questions tested? Thanks for all your help!

I've been studying for over 2 weeks now and this is my first test ever since I started my prep, I scored a 610 (47/27) and would like to know if this is a real indicator of my performance or did I just get lucky??! I'm sorry but I'm freaking out with only a month to go for my D Day :-( :cry:
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Re: What's the diff in GMAT Prep tests v1 (before 2007) and v2? [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2011, 22:20
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Please continue this discussion here:
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P.S. After two weeks, 610 is a good score!!!
I started at 540.
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Re: What's the diff in GMAT Prep tests v1 (before 2007) and v2?   [#permalink] 17 Jul 2011, 22:20
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