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# Best strategy for using GMATClub tests?

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23 Jun 2019, 08:42
I just purchased a subscription to the GMATClub exams, and I really do wish I had done so sooner!

How should you generally use this? do questions by difficult, by subject, or by subject & difficulty?

Want to see if there is a best practices approach to using the GMATClub tests for review
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24 Jun 2019, 03:24
Blazethrough14 - Congratulations on making one of the wisest decisions in your GMAT Preparation: Availing the GMAT Club Tests

For few test takers attempting full-length Quant Section tests do not improve timing; instead you should take small Quant quizzes consisting of 5 questions over 2-3 weeks time. "GMAT Club Test Center" is an excellent practice. When you take those tests, please try to complete questions within 2 min. You MUST review the solution post every quiz attempt. I'm sure you'll make significant gains over 2 to 3 weeks if you practice in an above-mentioned manner. Alternately, you should take full-length tests, preferable Quant + Verbal or vice-versa, to track your overall score improvement.

I would suggest you cover topics and then attempt small quizzes consisting of 5 questions over several weeks. Once you get 80-90% accuracy, attempt a full-length section test and see how much you score out of 51. I'm sure that, if you practice religiously, you'll get 48+ in the Quant sectional test. GMAT Club Tests are the best resources for Quant practice. My Q50 in the first attempt was because of the diligent practice of GMAT Club Tests.
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25 Jun 2019, 19:02
Hi Blazethrough14,

For how long have you been studying for the GMAT? Have you taken any official practice exams? What is your score goal?
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27 Jun 2019, 18:32
ScottTargetTestPrep wrote:
Hi Blazethrough14,

For how long have you been studying for the GMAT? Have you taken any official practice exams? What is your score goal?

on/off for a while. I am using TTP, Manhattan Prep, and now GMATclub for review. I also have the OG guides. Score goal is at least 700. Realistically 700-720.
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