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Dear GMAT Club users. Use this thread to find discussions on the GMAT Club Test Questions. Click this link to access GMAT Club Tests.

Just a little bit of courtesy that will help you and others:
2. In order to keep this system working, if you are starting new topic, do post a link in the corresponding master thread.

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25 May 2011, 19:23
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Are the gmat club tests (either verbal or math) harder as the number increases (ie. M#25 is harder than M#1) or are they all relatively the same?

Relatively the same above average difficulty level. However, few of them are very difficult while some are less difficult. All scattered though. Authors Dzyubam/bb can answer this more precisely.
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26 May 2011, 01:34
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Neither Verbal nor Quant Tests are ordered by difficulty. Some tests are indeed harder than others, but there is no relation to the order of the tests.
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17 Mar 2010, 01:19
hi
try diagnostic test ...

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23 Apr 2010, 03:56
nice idea ..................
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23 May 2010, 13:46
Is there an excel sheet or a thread/information where the questions from the test are grouped topic wise.

For eg
Topic: Speed/Rates Questions
Test1 - qs 10
Test 2 - qs 15 etc..

Topic: Standard Deviation
Test 1 - Qs 5
Test 2 - qs 19
...
...
Test 25

Thank you

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24 May 2010, 01:46
No, there isn't such a sheet at the moment. You can try to use the Hardest GMAT Club questions, they are grouped by topic.

I'll see if I can compile an Excel sheet you have in mind.
study wrote:
Is there an excel sheet or a thread/information where the questions from the test are grouped topic wise.

For eg
Topic: Speed/Rates Questions
Test1 - qs 10
Test 2 - qs 15 etc..

Topic: Standard Deviation
Test 1 - Qs 5
Test 2 - qs 19
...
...
Test 25

Thank you

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26 May 2010, 17:44
Do the GMAT Club tests include an AWA section?

Also are they CAT and is there a score computed at the end?

Thanks!

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27 May 2010, 03:08
No, GMAT Club Tests don't include AWA.

No, these Tests are not Computer Adaptive Tests and there is no raw score computed at the end. You will get a percentile score (relative to all users who took a particular math/verbal test) and the number of questions got wrong/right along with time and other details.

You can look up more details about GMAT Club Tests here:
http://gmatclub.com/blog/gmat-tests/
hcb wrote:
Do the GMAT Club tests include an AWA section?

Also are they CAT and is there a score computed at the end?

Thanks!

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27 May 2010, 09:58
Out of curiosity, how come there are more math practice tests (25) than verbal (6)?

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27 May 2010, 13:06
It just happened that way. First we had 25 Math sets and a couple of years ago we added 6 Verbal sets.
hcb wrote:
Out of curiosity, how come there are more math practice tests (25) than verbal (6)?

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31 May 2010, 18:56
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05 Aug 2010, 05:10
Hello club members,
I recently bought gmatclub tests. I have been taking one test per day. I think the questions are too tricky and relatively difficult than real gmat qs. Everytime i go through the test , i get more frustrated..
Does anyone feel the same way as i do??? Normally, i get 10-15 qs wrong and sometimes even 20 ((( I'm really really disheartened....Please share your views

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05 Aug 2010, 07:00
These tests were intended to be harder than the real GMAT quant. Don't be discouraged, but learn from your mistakes as much as possible.

gmat-club-tests-how-do-you-review-62120.html

Good luck with your GMAT Prep!
bibha wrote:
Hello club members,
I recently bought gmatclub tests. I have been taking one test per day. I think the questions are too tricky and relatively difficult than real gmat qs. Everytime i go through the test , i get more frustrated..
Does anyone feel the same way as i do??? Normally, i get 10-15 qs wrong and sometimes even 20 ((( I'm really really disheartened....Please share your views

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01 Oct 2010, 01:30
hi, I have just bougt GMATClub app for iPhone in aple store. I can not figure out which of these 25 math test are in my app already and how I can download some aditional tests to my iPhone.

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04 Oct 2010, 01:57
malevankin wrote:
hi, I have just bougt GMATClub app for iPhone in aple store. I can not figure out which of these 25 math test are in my app already and how I can download some aditional tests to my iPhone.

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31 Oct 2010, 03:46
hi,

I am GMAT club member. Just wanted to understand if I want to access the rest of the quant/verbal tests on GMAT club tests, how do I do that without paying? I am running on a strict budget for GMAT now as I have already spent a lot of money on books and Kaplan classes.

Thanks,
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31 Oct 2010, 03:54
Dear Club Management,

I took a couple of GMATClub tests (which otherwise not free but today are open for all) today. Would i be able to review my tests tomorrow when the "open for all" bonanza expires?
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31 Oct 2010, 06:20
MathewLester wrote:
hi,

I am GMAT club member. Just wanted to understand if I want to access the rest of the quant/verbal tests on GMAT club tests, how do I do that without paying? I am running on a strict budget for GMAT now as I have already spent a lot of money on books and Kaplan classes.

Thanks,
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You must earn one of the following 3:
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2). 100 posts + 25 Kudos
3). 200 posts + 90 days (minimum) as a member.
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31 Oct 2010, 06:31
Thanks Vaibhav.
So that means the first 2 options do not entitle for a time-period on membership?
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