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Dear,

I have been solving GMAT Club tests, I tried various difficulties and had sort of mixed feelings about my results, now I have been solving 600-700 level questions that are accessible here for on the forum for free and after a while I can say I can solve majority of them.

Hence my question: is the difficulty of these questions really 600-700 and as I solve most of them correctly can I expect to score in high 600s on the test?

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GMAT club questions are usually harder than real questions. To see where you stand, it might be helpful to take official gmatprep test.
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New post 19 Dec 2017, 09:30
Hello Akela,

Thank you for your response, I will definitely have to try that.

But what about the questions that are accessible from here where they are classified according to their difficulty and are for free. Are these the same as gmatclub tests only for free, or am I just confused?

I would like to know if overall difficulty of these questions correspond to the official difficulty, before I try the official gmatprep test.

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Hi krikre,

The free questions are very similar to the ones in gmat club tests.

I'm not sure about the difficulty. You can compare GMAT questions from OG with free gmatclub questions. The OG questions have "Official guide" tag in question description.
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