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13 Sep 2007, 13:38
Hi All,

I know everyone on here raves about the GMAT Club Challenges. However, most of the people I see are raising their scores from 47-51 for example. For someone with a lower quant score (41 on the last real GMAT) would these still be beneficial? I would really like to get my quant up to at least 45, but are these challenges still going to be helpful for me?

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Sarah

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13 Sep 2007, 19:48
I too am interested in this.

Also how long did it take you to complete the GMATClub challenges?

I have less than 3 weeks. is it worth trying these out?

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14 Sep 2007, 03:05
blackbelt:
I dont suggest GMAT club challenges during last 2-3 weeks to your test. Rather concentrate on brushing up your concepts. Challenges are difficult and can really shatter your confidence. It took me almost a month to come to terms with challenges. I started off with a dismal 31 percentile and then after a montho r so i started hitting 75-80 percentile consistently.

skaballet: to go from 41 to 45+ you dont require challenges IMHO. You should concentrate on learning the basics again. Do practice sets from OG and other prep material. Once you are comfortable with all these books then come to challenges. Just my 2 cents.

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14 Sep 2007, 17:21
I completely agree with trahul4's comments.

I recently sat the test, and had signed up for the challenges a few months before. They're tough, and I think they could shatter confidence at a late stage (which is an important consideration). I think that the approach of really understanding the basics (as trahul4 suggested) is the right approach....

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