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Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 11:20
Hi, i'm new here, I guess I automatically became a member of the forums when I purchased the club tests..

Man are these questions tough.. This is my second year with attempting GMAT, so I've gone through the official book twice, and did fairly well on the GMAC test software (710/800). But did the club test #1 for math and got completely obliterated. lol.

I got 21/37, I guess that's a starting point.. but are these tests designed to be representative of the actual test? Or are the designed to be harder, with more higher difficulty problems? Anyway, just wanted to make sure the score isn't totally representative of my prep work up until this point or else it means I'm doing something very wrong. hehe.
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Re: Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 11:33
Gmat Club tests are quite hard.
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These are for people aiming Q49 +
Revise your quant theory and give these tests again.
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Re: Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 13:03
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I got 21/37, I guess that's a starting point.. but are these tests designed to be representative of the actual test? Or are the designed to be harder, with more higher difficulty problems? Anyway, just wanted to make sure the score isn't totally representative of my prep work up until this point or else it means I'm doing something very wrong. hehe.


Your score is normal. Sometimes I could claw my way up to a 29 (not timed), while on others I could only score a 19. These tests were tough, and I would spend half of everyday completing and reviewing one test. These tests are more difficult than the GMAT. View them more as a way to toughen yourself up and learn rather than a predictor of your performance on the actual test. Of course, the better you do on these, the better your score on the GMAT!

Right now, just complete each test, review incorrect and guessed answers, and learn from them.
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Re: Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 13:07
ah, I see, thanks for replies. I got 49 on gmat prep, but I guess I shouldn't be expecting to score the same on these. The problem structure is much more demanding, and I guess it's good to get used to it. Thanks!
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Re: Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2010, 13:28
kensuguro wrote:
ah, I see, thanks for replies. I got 49 on gmat prep, but I guess I shouldn't be expecting to score the same on these. The problem structure is much more demanding, and I guess it's good to get used to it. Thanks!


take them as an opportunity to learn new concepts by solving convoluted problems.
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Re: Where to post club test topics? [#permalink] New post 29 Jul 2010, 18:15
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kensuguro wrote:
I got 21/37, I guess that's a starting point.. but are these tests designed to be representative of the actual test? Or are the designed to be harder, with more higher difficulty problems? Anyway, just wanted to make sure the score isn't totally representative of my prep work up until this point or else it means I'm doing something very wrong. hehe.


Your score is normal. Sometimes I could claw my way up to a 29 (not timed), while on others I could only score a 19. These tests were tough, and I would spend half of everyday completing and reviewing one test. These tests are more difficult than the GMAT. View them more as a way to toughen yourself up and learn rather than a predictor of your performance on the actual test. Of course, the better you do on these, the better your score on the GMAT!

Right now, just complete each test, review incorrect and guessed answers, and learn from them.

yes, true! don't get to caught up with your scores, just use them to learn.
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