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# Best place to find CAT Tests with answer explanations??

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15 Feb 2011, 19:16
I have taken (2) GMAT practice tests, the first was the free Kaplan test online which was great because it explained to me how to get the answers on the questions I answered incorrectly.

The second test I took was the first test of the free tests that you get from GMATPrep. I was very disappointed to discover after I took the test that it does not give me the explanations of the answers.

I would like to take a few more practice tests.

Where is the best place to find accurate CAT predictors that will offer explanations to the answers? I'd prefer not to have to pay hundreds for a Kaplan class.

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15 Feb 2011, 19:34

If you are looking for GMAT Prep question explanations, you can search this forum. It may have been discussed before.

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15 Feb 2011, 19:41
ibbys wrote:

If you are looking for GMAT Prep question explanations, you can search this forum. It may have been discussed before.

I'm just looking for extra practice and also an accurate prediction of where I will score. I scored a 620 on the Kaplan test, and then a 710 on the GMATPrep a little later after more study, which I'm not 100% confident in, because I seemed to have gotten like 40% of the quant section wrong. I seem to be stuck in the question review and find a way to get back to where it shows my score.

I've already read the Princeton Review Cracking the GMAT book, and done just about all of the questions in the Official Gude for GMAT Review and Quantitative Review.

Would you recommend buying the Manhattan GMAT book, given that I have already worked with these other 3 books?

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15 Feb 2011, 21:15
kevinlemanski wrote:
ibbys wrote:

If you are looking for GMAT Prep question explanations, you can search this forum. It may have been discussed before.

I'm just looking for extra practice and also an accurate prediction of where I will score. I scored a 620 on the Kaplan test, and then a 710 on the GMATPrep a little later after more study, which I'm not 100% confident in, because I seemed to have gotten like 40% of the quant section wrong. I seem to be stuck in the question review and find a way to get back to where it shows my score.

I've already read the Princeton Review Cracking the GMAT book, and done just about all of the questions in the Official Gude for GMAT Review and Quantitative Review.

Would you recommend buying the Manhattan GMAT book, given that I have already worked with these other 3 books?

Yes Manhattan Books are much better than Cracking the GMAT. It provides explanation of certain concepts beautifully. Try buying 1 book and you can see how good it is. Also, buying one book will give you access to 6 CAT tests.

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15 Feb 2011, 21:19
My thoughts:
Any one of the 8 Manhattan GMAT Guide would give you access to 6 CATs. It will be worth your while to take these tests
After you do that, take the average of your scores and use the GMAT score estimator provided by gmat club... Here's the link to it:

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15 Feb 2011, 21:50
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16 Feb 2011, 07:35
lookatami wrote:
kevinlemanski wrote:
ibbys wrote:

If you are looking for GMAT Prep question explanations, you can search this forum. It may have been discussed before.

I'm just looking for extra practice and also an accurate prediction of where I will score. I scored a 620 on the Kaplan test, and then a 710 on the GMATPrep a little later after more study, which I'm not 100% confident in, because I seemed to have gotten like 40% of the quant section wrong. I seem to be stuck in the question review and find a way to get back to where it shows my score.

I've already read the Princeton Review Cracking the GMAT book, and done just about all of the questions in the Official Gude for GMAT Review and Quantitative Review.

Would you recommend buying the Manhattan GMAT book, given that I have already worked with these other 3 books?

Yes Manhattan Books are much better than Cracking the GMAT. It provides explanation of certain concepts beautifully. Try buying 1 book and you can see how good it is. Also, buying one book will give you access to 6 CAT tests.

Thanks everyone for the help. I'm really glad I stumbled onto this website.

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