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again I have to sincerely thank you for the great help . Which do you recommend taking the CATs or doing the questions ? In fact I thought of taking the MGMAT CATs for the assessment report they generate and just covering souvik's questions and before starting the questions I will have taken the 2 GMAT Prep tests . What do you think ? or you favour to take the official GMAT Preps instead of the questions and forget about the MGMAT CATs ?

Thanks in advance :-D

P.S : I already took the latest version GMAT Preps in my first attempt . Advise me to retake or to take the older versions tests that I have not seen before?


Hi TheNona,

If you want to attempt MGMAT CATs then do so now; you have roughly 3 weeks left. 6 tests + analysis would be a lot to do in this duration. As you are close to the GMAT I will suggest that you take GMAT Prep tests first and if you have time after that attempt the questions from the compilation. Even if you have taken the GMATPrep tests before, retaking them will not do any harm and still take the latest ones. The questions in both the tests are more or less the same. In my opinion the latest version has more questions in its question pools.

Hope this helps,

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TheNona wrote:
again I have to sincerely thank you for the great help . Which do you recommend taking the CATs or doing the questions ? In fact I thought of taking the MGMAT CATs for the assessment report they generate and just covering souvik's questions and before starting the questions I will have taken the 2 GMAT Prep tests . What do you think ? or you favour to take the official GMAT Preps instead of the questions and forget about the MGMAT CATs ?

Thanks in advance :-D

P.S : I already took the latest version GMAT Preps in my first attempt . Advise me to retake or to take the older versions tests that I have not seen before?


Hi TheNona,

If you want to attempt MGMAT CATs then do so now; you have roughly 3 weeks left. 6 tests + analysis would be a lot to do in this duration. As you are close to the GMAT I will suggest that you take GMAT Prep tests first and if you have time after that attempt the questions from the compilation. Even if you have taken the GMATPrep tests before, retaking them will not do any harm and still take the latest ones. The questions in both the tests are more or less the same. In my opinion the latest version has more questions in its question pools.

Hope this helps,

Vercules


Thank you very much , Vercules :) and sorry for not seeing your reply yesterday .

You know Vercules your response inspired me an idea . I have already only 2 MGMAT CATs remaining . How about neglecting them and taking all my remaining mocks as retakes of GMAT Prep ? I already use the MGMAT OG Archer lite and can monitor my weaknesses there without assessment reports ... What do you think? In this case I might retake the tests of the newer version the take the old ones , I am afraid of "reciting" questions that 's all . Sounds a valid overall plan ?

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