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New post 17 Jul 2018, 13:30
My test is this Saturday. My practice scores have been through Manhattan GMAT: 620, 680, 690, and finally 700. I've now switched to the two free GMAC tests for this final week of prep and scored 730 on the 1st. I hope you're correct on the GMAC being close to reality! I've been targeting 700 and landing on 730 really blew my mind.

I found the GMAC questions to be more straightforward and less "gotcha"-esque than as seen on Manhattan.
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bb, is gmat club test still free for users with 25 kudus?
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Apologies if this isn't the right place to ask, but between the MGMAT and Veritas tests, are the latter supposed to be harder? I picked up the MGMAT 6-pack a while back and consistently scored a 640 average, same with GMAT Exams 3 and 4.

I just took the free Veritas test and got a 600 (Q40 V33), lower than my MGMAT/GMAT practice test average, but slightly higher than my first crack at the actual GMAT (580 - Q39 V31). Veritas seems to be downplaying the difficulty of their questions (e.g. a 650-700 question feels more like a 700+), but that might just be me. I am aware that their scoring tends to be harsher but wasn't expecting a big difference - perhaps the tests are more useful in identifying problem areas.

That being said the main reason I looked into Veritas in the first place is price. I'm hesitant to buy GMAT #5 and 6 because of value for money (2 for $50) compared to the Veritas tests (6 for $50)...but at the same time scoring accuracy is a priority for me. Should I just bite the bullet and pick up the other two remaining GMAT tests?
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Hi Experts,

    1. I got a 690 (Q48 V35) last week after a 3 month preparation based on Manhattan guides.
      2. I feel confident about getting a Q50. My aim for verbal is to improve the score to V37.
        3. With that in mind, I am planning to enroll for the eGMAT Verbal course.

        However, I have exhausted all 6 official GMAT Prep mocks and I've also given 1 Veritas and 1 Manhattan mock. With the eGMAT course, I would receive access to the GMATClub tests.

        Can you confirm if -

          A. The GMAT Club mocks are an accurate predictor of the Verbal scores
            B. If they are not, then is there a range of points that I need to +/- for the actual GMAT test?
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            Hi Experts,

              1. I got a 690 (Q48 V35) last week after a 3 month preparation based on Manhattan guides.
                2. I feel confident about getting a Q50. My aim for verbal is to improve the score to V37.
                  3. With that in mind, I am planning to enroll for the eGMAT Verbal course.

                  However, I have exhausted all 6 official GMAT Prep mocks and I've also given 1 Veritas and 1 Manhattan mock. With the eGMAT course, I would receive access to the GMATClub tests.

                  Can you confirm if -

                    A. The GMAT Club mocks are an accurate predictor of the Verbal scores
                      B. If they are not, then is there a range of points that I need to +/- for the actual GMAT test?



                      Accuracy depends on 2 things:
                      1. Official vs. unofficial questions (only GMAT Prep has official questions)
                      2. Database size

                      I would highly recommend that you only base your Verbal expectations on the official GMAT prep scores.
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                      New post 01 Oct 2018, 19:38
                      Thank you for the prompt response.

                      Unfortunately, I have already exhausted all 6 of the official GMAT Prep mock tests. My scores in the verbal section have been V29, V32, V39, V35, V36, V35.

                      However, I am planning to further improve on that score in the next month and I was only considering using GMAT Club mocks to measure the performance. Hence, my question on the accuracy of predicting the verbal score.

                      If there is no easy way to predict where I stand with respect to the actual GMAT, at the very least, I should probably see an improvements in my mocks as I approach my retest date.
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                      New post 03 Oct 2018, 11:35
                      Thank you so much for this post i have purchased the Manhattan mocks, I've heard the mocks are more difficult than the actual GMAT is that true
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                      saviofernanz wrote:
                      Thank you so much for this post i have purchased the Manhattan mocks, I've heard the mocks are more difficult than the actual GMAT is that true


                      I have seen some people mentioned that they found MGMAT Quant questions to be somewhat more difficult than the actual GMAT and the score to be deflated somewhat. That's purely anecdotal.
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                      New post 14 Oct 2018, 11:50
                      Thank you BB for this perfect post!

                      5 months ago I took a GMATPrep exam and got 530. I studied hard for the last month and 1 week ago I took another and got 640. Then I used my friend's account as she gave up GMAT (good for her :grin: ) and I took exams and got 660 and 640 (some questions were repetitive). Today I took Economist Test and got 740!! (some questions were repetitive in the verbal section).
                      Do you have any idea what my real mark will be? I am going to participate in GMAT in 3 days.
                      I will really appreciate if you answer me rapidly.

                      Thank you again.
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