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# GMAT club test result

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17 Jan 2013, 08:22
Hi guys,

I just took the free practice test of gmat club, quantitative section and i'm confused about the result.
Here it is:
Session score: 98% / Q51

I had 6 wrong answers which include 5 level-700 questions and 1 level-600 question.
I wonder why the percentile is 98% because I think difficult question would weight more.
Also, is this test easier than the actual test?. I took the GMAC prep 1 and scored 90%.
I very much appreciate your help. Thank you!!
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18 Jan 2013, 10:22
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98% is the highest percentile you can get on the quant section.

The GMAT prep exams are the best indication for the real exam, but you will see variations among all exams. Your scores likely represent a fair range of what you can expect on the real thing.
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