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New post 30 Mar 2017, 19:47
Greetings to all,

I am currently studying for my 2nd attempt at the GMAT. I took the GMAT Club Free CAT Verbal Test and scored a 26. This is the worst I have scored on any verbal test to date and I have been concentrating primarily on verbal since my first actual GMAT exam. With this being said, I ran out of time and did not finish the last 3 questions but I have read that the penalty for not finishing V is minor. Furthermore, I left 3-6 V questions blank on each GMAT prep exam and on my first official GMAT exam. With this being said, I know that I need to work on timing! My previous V scores are as follows:

The actual GMAT V. Score -30
GMAT Prep 1: 30
GMAT Prep 2: 30
GMAT Exam pack 1 V: 34

The GMAT Prep "My Workbook" has my predicted score for V at 37. This is after extensive studying and reviewing of verbal basics. Does anyone else have any insight into the accuracy of the free Verbal offered by GMAT Club. I read that they are not adaptive. Any insight or thoughts would be amazingly helpful and appreciated.

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My 2 cents on this would be the same as what I suggest everyone. Don't rely on any source other than official for verbal. At max, use MGMAT mocks to figure out your current level.

Don't rely on Workbook expected score because it doesn't take into account a lot of things like exam fatigue, exam stress to name a few. Give official mocks to figure out your current level in Verbal.

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Just wanted to agree with gmat2k17 here: no test-prep company or GMAT forum can ever truly copy the official exam. GMAC spends somewhere between $1500 and $3000 developing each individual test question; no unofficial source can ever compete with that, no matter how awesome it is.

And GMAT Club is awesome, but... yeah, GMATPrep is ALWAYS going to be much, much more accurate. Especially for verbal.
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New post 11 May 2017, 17:39
hello, CATs of this website are very useful, but I believe CATs does not cover all questions on the forum, and also, CATs have some questions that are repeated.

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