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Hey guys,

I'm in a conundrum of sorts. I've got 25 days left for my re-take and I'm tempted to pick up the GMAT club tests. Thing is, are they worth it for someone scoring in the range of Q 39-42?

I am dedicating 100% of my time (about 110 hours) to quant as I already have verbal covered so would it be a good idea to solely focus on doing a test every 3 days and just reviewing problem after problem? I know its an extremely difficult test, so I don't know if it will be effective for someone at my level. I just finished a thorough review of the manhattan quant books though, so i thought I might take a crack at the tests.

Any opinions appreciated!

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Hey guys,

I'm in a conundrum of sorts. I've got 25 days left for my re-take and I'm tempted to pick up the GMAT club tests. Thing is, are they worth it for someone scoring in the range of Q 39-42?

I am dedicating 100% of my time (about 110 hours) to quant as I already have verbal covered so would it be a good idea to solely focus on doing a test every 3 days and just reviewing problem after problem? I know its an extremely difficult test, so I don't know if it will be effective for someone at my level. I just finished a thorough review of the manhattan quant books though, so i thought I might take a crack at the tests.

Any opinions appreciated!


Hi...
GMAT club tests are the BEST that are available in the market. Rather these tests are for only those who are already at considerable level at 35-40 and want to reach that 48-51 mark.
But do go through the faults that you make, and read the different solutions and methods on whatever you decide to do..
so yes, the gmatclub tests are worth every penny
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I feel you can get the best ROI for getting to Q45 by using a good arithmetic book and maybe geometry.... have you tried that?

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I feel you can get the best ROI for getting to Q45 by using a good arithmetic book and maybe geometry.... have you tried that?

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Hi bb,

I just went through all the MGMAT books again. (completed them as of yesterday). The problem is that sure, I know the rules and the fundamentals, I could also answer 90% of the problem set questions at the end of each chapter. But when it comes to actually applying all these concepts to a real time question I fall apart.

Hence my original plan was to study by going through the previous MGMAT CATS and the GMAT prep mocks that I had done, and then religiously drill 50+ sums a day from the forums. But

after seeing so much adulation for the GMAT club tests, I've been very tempted to just spam them and go through each answer explanation in detail. (instead of doing the problems on the forums).

I did just register for E-gmat's quant online course yesterday. I know 25 days is probably too short, but i figured that I could pick my weak areas and re-learn them the E-gmat way.

I've got a 100 hours of dedicated quant study in me, but at this point i'm worried i might be piling too much on to my plate.

So, do you think doing the GMAT CLUB tests ( say one every 3 days) and then going through the answers + E-gmat in the two days between each would be an effective way to go about it?

Sorry for the long post!

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