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Does anyone have any information regarding the accuracy of the GMAT Club Quant section practice exam?

I have taken a few practice GMATs over the last month and have progressed my math score from 37 (Official GMAT free practice exam) to 40 (Manhattan Prep) to 43 (Economist) most recently on 10/1/17. However, today I took the GMAT club exam and scored a 36. Looking into this further, I recognized that the GMAT club provided significantly more 700 level questions than I've seen on other exams. For reference, the GMAT Club asked 22 700 level questions compared to 5 from Manhattan Prep and unknown from Economist. This caused me to wonder about the GMAT Club's accuracy given that in theory, the actual GMAT exam will provide more 600 level questions.

Has anyone with a quant score in the low- to mid-40s had any experience with the GMAT Club Quant section accuracy? Worried about my sudden drop in quant score...

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New post 08 Oct 2017, 21:12
HenryBenson wrote:
Does anyone have any information regarding the accuracy of the GMAT Club Quant section practice exam?

I have taken a few practice GMATs over the last month and have progressed my math score from 37 (Official GMAT free practice exam) to 40 (Manhattan Prep) to 43 (Economist) most recently on 10/1/17. However, today I took the GMAT club exam and scored a 36. Looking into this further, I recognized that the GMAT club provided significantly more 700 level questions than I've seen on other exams. For reference, the GMAT Club asked 22 700 level questions compared to 5 from Manhattan Prep and unknown from Economist. This caused me to wonder about the GMAT Club's accuracy given that in theory, the actual GMAT exam will provide more 600 level questions.

Has anyone with a quant score in the low- to mid-40s had any experience with the GMAT Club Quant section accuracy? Worried about my sudden drop in quant score...


Don't worry much. GMAT club quant tests are designed to be touher than the actual GMAT exam. So that you get more practice. So for the score in mid to late 30s you can expect a 5 to 6 point increase in the actual GMAT exam. This is from what i have observed with my score.
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