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# GMATClub Quant Tests Correlation to Actual gmat

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19 Mar 2018, 08:11
Hello,

I just took my first GMATClub Quant Test and scored a Q37. I got a Q45 in my previous GMATPrep Mock & have been averaging around 46-49 in other mock test preps.

I was just wondering how accurate the Quant Tests are to the real scores? I’m a bit demotivated and thrown off to see the Q37. I will be giving the GMAT 2.5 months from now. Hoping to score a Q49-Q50 by then.

What score/accuracy level should I realistically be aiming at in the GMATClub Quant Tests to reach a Q49-50 on the actual test?
And also, what’s the best way to use these tests? Any suggestions?

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19 Mar 2018, 08:17
chinmoi wrote:
Hello,

I just took my first GMATClub Quant Test and scored a Q37. I got a Q45 in my previous GMATPrep Mock & have been averaging around 46-49 in other mock test preps.

I was just wondering how accurate the Quant Tests are to the real scores? I’m a bit demotivated and thrown off to see the Q37. I will be giving the GMAT 2.5 months from now. Hoping to score a Q49-Q50 by then.

What score/accuracy level should I realistically be aiming at in the GMATClub Quant Tests to reach a Q49-50 on the actual test?
And also, what’s the best way to use these tests? Any suggestions?

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Hi
Generally the Gmatclub Quant tests are at a higher level than the actual Gmat. But it will help to clear your concepts and will definitely improve your performance in the actual test. However, it is important to deeply analyze each question and the theory behind it. The higher you score on the Gmatclub tests, higher are the chances of getting a good Gmat score.
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GMAT 1: 710 Q48 V38
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20 Mar 2018, 00:28
souvonik2k wrote:
chinmoi wrote:
Hello,

I just took my first GMATClub Quant Test and scored a Q37. I got a Q45 in my previous GMATPrep Mock & have been averaging around 46-49 in other mock test preps.

I was just wondering how accurate the Quant Tests are to the real scores? I’m a bit demotivated and thrown off to see the Q37. I will be giving the GMAT 2.5 months from now. Hoping to score a Q49-Q50 by then.

What score/accuracy level should I realistically be aiming at in the GMATClub Quant Tests to reach a Q49-50 on the actual test?
And also, what’s the best way to use these tests? Any suggestions?

Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app

Hi
Generally the Gmatclub Quant tests are at a higher level than the actual Gmat. But it will help to clear your concepts and will definitely improve your performance in the actual test. However, it is important to deeply analyze each question and the theory behind it. The higher you score on the Gmatclub tests, higher are the chances of getting a good Gmat score.

Thanks for your reply! When I reviewed the test questions today I found that I could answer 95% of them correctly without a timer. I make silly mistakes and get flustered due to the timer in the test, but can answer these correctly without one.

Any tips on how to improve timing and avoid silly mistakes?

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