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Hi everyone,

I have bought 7 Veritas prep tests. It also has a question bank. I just wanted to know if questions are same or not. In addition I would like to know that how efficient are these tests? Are the questions similar to gmat? I also plan to buy the additional tests from mba.com. So can you all please tell me which practice tests should I give first?

Lastly can some please help me provide a good strategy with a schedule for giving the mocks and how many days should I practice for every section as I have one and half month left

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24ymk96 wrote:
Hi everyone,

I have bought 7 Veritas prep tests. It also has a question bank. I just wanted to know if questions are same or not. In addition I would like to know that how efficient are these tests? Are the questions similar to gmat? I also plan to buy the additional tests from mba.com. So can you all please tell me which practice tests should I give first?

Lastly can some please help me provide a good strategy with a schedule for giving the mocks and how many days should I practice for every section as I have one and half month left

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Here are a few things you could consider:

1. Non-official tests will not be as representative of the actual GMAT as the official practice tests are. However, that doesn't mean that they cannot be useful. By doing good non-official tests, you will get an idea about your strengths and weaknesses, as well as a broad idea about your likely score. You can always use the GMATPreps for a more accurate score estimate.

2. You should start taking tests now itself if you want to take the GMAT one and a half months from now. Take a GMATPrep test soon to get a baseline score.

3. If you're planning to get all the additional GMATPrep tests as well, you will end up with at least 13 tests. That's probably more than you should do in 6 weeks. Don't try to "finish" all the tests available to you. It's okay if you do a total of something like 6.

I think taking a GMATPrep soon would be a really good idea. The score you get from that test, along with details about your target score and timelines (for example, do you have to take the GMAT in one and a half months?) will really help in the planning process.

All the best! :)
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New post 13 Apr 2019, 18:30
Hi 24ymk96,

I’m glad you reached out, and I’m happy to help. Regarding practice exams, you likely won’t need to take 13 practice exams; however, I do think it’s a good idea to purchase and take all 6 MBA.com practice exams. Furthermore, since you appear to have been studying for some time and have yet to take a practice exam, you should take a practice test ASAP so you can determine your baseline score. Once you take that exam, feel free to report back here with your score breakdown, and I can provide some further advice.

Also, you may find it helpful to read this article about Taking GMAT Practice Tests.
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