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# GMAT Club Tests 14 Math + 6 Verbal - Free for GC Members

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30 Dec 2010, 05:00
If i get free assess to all gmat club tests , for how long i can have free assess to them ?

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03 Feb 2011, 22:09
Is there a way to buy only the hard quant tests alone?

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04 Feb 2011, 00:08
You can only buy them one by one.
naveenhv wrote:
Is there a way to buy only the hard quant tests alone?

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13 Mar 2011, 09:32
Hello all,

I've been looking through the posts trying to figure out if some of the GMAT Club math tests are harder than others, since I probably have time to take 10-15 of them and would like to take the hardest of the bunch.

It seems that the official answer is that the tests are not ordered in a specific way, so I was thinking I'd start with the tests that contain the "Hardest Questions" (m13, m14, m17-m24). I think I also saw some members mention that m5-m7 are on the harder side, so I'll give those a shot as well.

If anyone has any insight on the matter, I'd be very grateful to hear your thoughts! Which were the hardest 10-15 math tests in your opinion/experience?

(As a side note, if anyone has an opinion about the Verbal tests, I'd be grateful to hear those too - which ones were the hardest of the 6? --)

Thanks!

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17 Apr 2011, 23:06
the math was particularly difficult before studying

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18 Apr 2011, 03:56
Hi,

I really need to work on getting my timing down on the Math section, and start to indentify which sections I need to work on the most.

What is the best set of online adaptive practice tests to work with?

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18 May 2011, 06:31
Hi There,

I tried out the free MATH practice test and I thought it was pretty good. I am now considering buying the entire set, but I do have a few questions.

I was struggling with timing on the free test and had to pause many times to complete the question. Is it reasonable to attempt these questions in the un-timed mode OR do you benefit the most by using the timed mode and then reviewing incorrect answer choices later? And is it only if you do well in these tests in the timed mode that you can be assured of reaching the 48+ on quant? I am scoring at the 45 level right now and I generally have a problem with timing on the Quant section.

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18 May 2011, 06:55
Of course you should benefit from taking the Tests even in untimed mode. You will learn a lot even this way. However, in order to score high in Math you should definitely work on your timing

You might want to take a look at this thread for some time saving techniques:
timing-strategies-on-the-gmat-80176.html

AriBenCanaan wrote:
Hi There,

I tried out the free MATH practice test and I thought it was pretty good. I am now considering buying the entire set, but I do have a few questions.

I was struggling with timing on the free test and had to pause many times to complete the question. Is it reasonable to attempt these questions in the un-timed mode OR do you benefit the most by using the timed mode and then reviewing incorrect answer choices later? And is it only if you do well in these tests in the timed mode that you can be assured of reaching the 48+ on quant? I am scoring at the 45 level right now and I generally have a problem with timing on the Quant section.

Regards,
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18 May 2011, 22:27
dzyubam, thanks for your speedy response. I hope my timing improves on these tests as I settle down with them.

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26 May 2011, 21:24
Hi There,

I have a question on the percentile calculation on the GMAT Club Tests. I just completed M01 under timed conditions and ended up with 25 correct of 37 and with a percentile of 39%. I know this means that I've done better than 39% of the folks who've taken this test, but are only the folks who've attempted the test under timed conditions considered in this calculation or does it also include folks who've attempted under the review mode?

I think these tests are going to be great practice for the real thing, however, I just wanted to know whether I should be alarmed at this low percentile score of 39% or should I not read too much into this?

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27 May 2011, 02:22
You shouldn't be alarmed at the percentile scores at all. Instead, make sure you learn as much as you can from these tests. There are many traps that are intended to keep you alert throughout the Math section.
AriBenCanaan wrote:
Hi There,

I have a question on the percentile calculation on the GMAT Club Tests. I just completed M01 under timed conditions and ended up with 25 correct of 37 and with a percentile of 39%. I know this means that I've done better than 39% of the folks who've taken this test, but are only the folks who've attempted the test under timed conditions considered in this calculation or does it also include folks who've attempted under the review mode?

I think these tests are going to be great practice for the real thing, however, I just wanted to know whether I should be alarmed at this low percentile score of 39% or should I not read too much into this?

Regards,
Ari

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05 Jun 2011, 13:52
I wanted to access GMATClub tests. When I went to the page it asked me to purchase the tests for \$79. I paid for it. In paypal receipt it said the payment was made for Anonymous account, I guess I did not login first before purchasing.

I have been GMATClub user for a while. When I logged it using my account, I can access all the tests. Not sure if it was because I made the purchase, which doesn't seem like it as I never logged in before purchasing. Does that mean my \$79 purchase went to VOID? In that case, can I get a refund ?

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06 Sep 2011, 22:39
Yes but please do not post pad with the purpose of getting free tests alone.
Post padding is against the GMAT Club rules, is annoying to others and is very easy to spot.

http://gmatclub.com/wiki/GMATClub:Rules
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13 Jan 2014, 12:26
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02 May 2014, 04:14
Agreed, these quant tests are great (albeit sobering :0). Thanks Bunuel and co for putting them together. You guys truly rock.
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11 Jul 2014, 10:55
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Another question on the CATs---I had been consistently scoring 43-51 on the tests, which I thought was pretty decent given the difficulty, but all of a sudden the tests started giving me 31 questions instead of 37, and then the difficulty level seemed to increase tremendously, and I only hit a 37 on my most recent one. Is this because the question pool for 500-600 level questions ran out, or is it an honest regression? Seemed like there were far more 700 level questions in the last few tests.

Thank you for reporting this. We are currently investigating this issue. Will get to you ASAP.
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14 Jul 2014, 00:19
Bunuel wrote:
seandepp wrote:
Another question on the CATs---I had been consistently scoring 43-51 on the tests, which I thought was pretty decent given the difficulty, but all of a sudden the tests started giving me 31 questions instead of 37, and then the difficulty level seemed to increase tremendously, and I only hit a 37 on my most recent one. Is this because the question pool for 500-600 level questions ran out, or is it an honest regression? Seemed like there were far more 700 level questions in the last few tests.

Thank you for reporting this. We are currently investigating this issue. Will get to you ASAP.

I too faced the same issue. Gave my 3rd GMAT Quant test, and there were 25+ Questions of 700+ Level. I scored 39 though, not sure will it be the same in real GMAT or not

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