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08 Nov 2009, 09:50
I am taking my gmat club challenges starting last week. These are really good and help identify the areas for improvement.
Just a quick question.
So, the percentile reflects how many people who took the same test scored worse than I did.
This is for the pool who took the gmat club tests, right? How big is this pool?
I think the pool is smaller than the actual gmat takers; so the percentile is not reflective of the actual percentile of gmat takers. Is this understanding correct?
dzyubam wrote:
Hi,

No, the tests were not ordered in any particular way. You'll find more details here:
gmat-club-tests-25-math-6-verbal-free-for-gc-members-67267.html?view-post=607427#p607427

The % scores are percentiles and not percentages of questions got right. Percentiles show how many people who took the same test scored worse than you did.

Sorry if I misunderstood your question.
kt00381n wrote:
Can you please let me know if the Club tests are easier at the beginning and than get harder to the end?

Also, how do people calculate the % of the score.

For exmpl. if i got right 28 out of 37 than i thought that my % should be 75%? , however ppl here have it as 93%...

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09 Nov 2009, 05:22
Tusharvk, your understanding is absolutely right. The pool is definitely smaller than that of the original GMAT. The percentile score should not be treated as the real GMAT percentiles are. Our GMAT Club Tests percentiles only show indicate how you stand compared to other GMAT Club Test takers.
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09 Nov 2009, 21:37
Gmatclub Test Moderators,

I think I am now eligible for all tests free as I have 100+ posts (infact I got 200+ posts) and 25+ Kudos.
Is it automatic ? or Do I have to request ?

When I click a test,, it is taking me to paypal link... please check...

have a good day
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10 Nov 2009, 00:41
You should have access now. Enjoy!
srini123 wrote:
Gmatclub Test Moderators,

I think I am now eligible for all tests free as I have 100+ posts (infact I got 200+ posts) and 25+ Kudos.
Is it automatic ? or Do I have to request ?

When I click a test,, it is taking me to paypal link... please check...

have a good day
srini

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10 Nov 2009, 20:32
dzyubam wrote:
Tusharvk, your understanding is absolutely right. The pool is definitely smaller than that of the original GMAT. The percentile score should not be treated as the real GMAT percentiles are. Our GMAT Club Tests percentiles only show indicate how you stand compared to other GMAT Club Test takers.

Thanks.

I have taken 2 math tests from gmab club. I do not have any problem making through all questions in time. However, everytime I end up getting 12-13 questions wrong. I like to believe that Quant is my forte (compared to Verbal); however, the number of errors I make baffles me.
Any suggestions before I take further more math gamt club tests?

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11 Nov 2009, 00:58
I suggest that you analyze closely what question types/categories are the hardest for you and then improve that area using some good books. The books can be found here:
best-gmat-math-prep-books-reviews-recommendations-77291.html
Analyzing the error log is one of the keys to higher score . Here's a thread about Error Log best practices:
When you feel confident enough in your weak areas, you may go on with the GMAT Club Tests. These are my thoughts. Hope this helps you achieve a better score!
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13 Nov 2009, 19:59
Hi, just wondering if there's a specific procedure in place to getting access to the Club Tests once you've met the requirements? Thanks in advance.

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18 Nov 2009, 20:24
dzyubam wrote:
I suggest that you analyze closely what question types/categories are the hardest for you and then improve that area using some good books. The books can be found here:
best-gmat-math-prep-books-reviews-recommendations-77291.html
Analyzing the error log is one of the keys to higher score . Here's a thread about Error Log best practices:
When you feel confident enough in your weak areas, you may go on with the GMAT Club Tests. These are my thoughts. Hope this helps you achieve a better score!

Thanks.

I looked through my past tests; reviewed some of the fundamentals and already reduced the mistakes from 12-13 to 8-9. Right now, I am at m06. look forward to further improvement.
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19 Nov 2009, 02:44
Good job! Keep it up!
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31 Dec 2009, 11:40
This is probably a silly question, but where can I see the OA and explanation for the GMATClub test questions? I am aware of the threads and discussions dedicated to each test, but is there an official explanation on the test somewhere? I think I saw one a while back but cannot remember. The fact that I took the test at 12 o'clock at night might have played a role in my difficulty here . . .
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04 Jan 2010, 07:37
The Official Explanations are available in the GMAT Club Tests page for individual test questions. You need to have access to the GMAT Club Tests to see them (press "X" button or click "Explain Answer" link at the top of the test question while in the Review mode).
bmillan01 wrote:
This is probably a silly question, but where can I see the OA and explanation for the GMATClub test questions? I am aware of the threads and discussions dedicated to each test, but is there an official explanation on the test somewhere? I think I saw one a while back but cannot remember. The fact that I took the test at 12 o'clock at night might have played a role in my difficulty here . . .

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17 Jan 2010, 04:47
I would love to see more of Verbal Test

If not atleast there should be practice test for Sentence Correction

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29 Jan 2010, 16:51
Hi are there any Diagnostic Test Answers on the Spreadsheet available , so it's easier to track the weaknesses?

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30 Jan 2010, 00:48
Hi ,

Has anyone taken GMATCLUB TEST V5??

I took it just now and had a disappointing score of just 17 .

I know I am bad at verbal but score of 17 is kind of frustrating.

All other test which I took, I had a score ranging from 26 to 31.

Unfortunately, CR section in which I thought to be very confident has become my weak point.

I am struggling in RC and CR.

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30 Jan 2010, 12:18
srini123 wrote:
Gmatclub Test Moderators,

I think I am now eligible for all tests free as I have 100+ posts (infact I got 200+ posts) and 25+ Kudos.
Is it automatic ? or Do I have to request ?

When I click a test,, it is taking me to paypal link... please check...

have a good day
srini

Hi , I purchased the Test pack, but struggling to find the explanations at the end of the test- the discussion is bringing me back to the forum( which is great) , but i would like to find the Official Explanation for each test. IS there something i am missing in my account???

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01 Feb 2010, 04:46
Hi,

Official Explanations are available in each Test for every question. You have to hit the "X" key or click the "Explain Answer" link at the top of the question page. If you still have questions regarding the OEs, please send me a PM and possibly a screenshot of your test question screen.
TIMURgmat wrote:
Hi , I purchased the Test pack, but struggling to find the explanations at the end of the test- the discussion is bringing me back to the forum( which is great) , but i would like to find the Official Explanation for each test. IS there something i am missing in my account???

Thanks

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16 Feb 2010, 11:23
Are average difficulties of the tests different? i.e. m01 vs m10?

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17 Feb 2010, 00:56
They are different, but there is no particular order.
shalva wrote:
Are average difficulties of the tests different? i.e. m01 vs m10?

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06 Jul 2010, 20:02
No doubt these tests are good. I've finished m01-06, m25, and v01.

For someone short on time, does anyone have any suggestion on which particular 5 tests to take (excluding the above)? Should I just continue to do them sequentially, or should I focus on a specific set of 5?

Perhaps there are some sets with questions that are more in line with the current GMAT?

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07 Jul 2010, 00:55
If you're struggling with a particular topic, you should take a look at the Sets in Hardest questions section.

theK wrote:
No doubt these tests are good. I've finished m01-06, m25, and v01.

For someone short on time, does anyone have any suggestion on which particular 5 tests to take (excluding the above)? Should I just continue to do them sequentially, or should I focus on a specific set of 5?

Perhaps there are some sets with questions that are more in line with the current GMAT?

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