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# GMAT Club challenges vs MGMAT quant

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12 Aug 2008, 07:58
I have another month before I take the exam and would like to focus on quant to improve timing and beef up my content knowledge. That said, would you recommend practicing GMAT club challenges (http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/tests
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12 Aug 2008, 12:17
I definitely recommend the GMAT club challenges. They are designed specifically to test the 'tricks' of the data sufficiency questions, which are arguably the more difficult questions. The MGMAT quant, i found, tested more of the fundamentals.

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13 Aug 2008, 12:33
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if i had to pick one, I would always pick the gmat club challenges. Take a challenge as often as you can. Work on your weak areas. Take a challenge again. again work on your weak areas. Repeat this cycle till you start hitting 80/90 percentile on regular basis. you are now ready for 49/50+ in Q.

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14 Aug 2008, 14:14
mbawaters wrote:
if i had to pick one, I would always pick the gmat club challenges. Take a challenge as often as you can. Work on your weak areas. Take a challenge again. again work on your weak areas. Repeat this cycle till you start hitting 80/90 percentile on regular basis. you are now ready for 49/50+ in Q.

What is your advice for people already hitting 90 percentile. Anyways that was on lighter note so do not take it seriously.

I have completed almost 95% of GMATClub challenges and I have also taken 7 CATs from MGMAT. While MGMAT CATs has very small pool of questions, challenges has quite a big pool. If you have to choosen between one of these then definitely recommend challenges as you will get more practice. However, if you can afford then also take MGMAT CATs, because they are equally good if not better.

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15 Aug 2008, 10:57

LOL, Hitting 90 plus percentile on a regular basis in challenges would be unchartered territory for me so wont be able to say much there!

Though, I would agree that MGMAT quantitative questions are well written and they train you with the timming issues. But I did feel that the questions in first few MGMAT tests were more intensive and required much more time than the ones in the actual test. Others may have different experiences.

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17 Aug 2008, 10:00
Thanks for all the wonderful input guys!

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