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# Diagnostic test

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16 Aug 2011, 23:22
Hey....

Am planing to start my gmat prep and gonna take my diagnostic test...

Should i go with GMATTest Prep for the diagnostics or should i save it for future..

If so suggest me a diagnostic test..

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28 Aug 2011, 06:24
My personal opinion is that the GMAT prep gives the most accurate measure of your ability. The other brands seem too easy or too hard which is why I don't even include them in my list of practice exams. I began to take them to keep my mind active and offer variation- not for true measure.

I got 610 on 2nd GMAT prep test and 600 on actual GMAT.
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28 Aug 2011, 15:51
I agree. Stick to OG guide and GMAT Prep software for practice. There are plenty of problems. If you need more there are the OG verbal and OG quant books.

Using too many different sources can just confuse you further with what to expect.

Also don't be afraid to revisit GMAT Prep questions later. Most likely you won't remember them --and if you do remember them--you won't remember them well enough to get them all correct.

Worry less about where you stand and more on just trying to get as many questions correct as you possibly can. If you're getting them wrong, then revisit those questions a few days later.
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31 Aug 2011, 22:20
Personally I would discourage to use Gmat prep tests in early phases of your prep. Having said that if at all you need to use to access the level of preparation then have a good time gap between repeats so that you do not remember questions (to avoid inflating the score)..
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Re: Diagnostic test   [#permalink] 31 Aug 2011, 22:20
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