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GMATPrep vs. Manhattan as indication of real test

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New post 24 Sep 2017, 13:36
Quick question for all the experts here - I'm retaking the test in a little while and I'm currently scoring as follows:
GMATPrep - 690 to 750 range (I purchased all 6 tests)
ManhattenPrep - 640 to 700 range

I wanted to get an idea of which software, theoretically, is a better indication of actual performance.
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Quick question for all the experts here - I'm retaking the test in a little while and I'm currently scoring as follows:
GMATPrep - 690 to 750 range (I purchased all 6 tests)
ManhattenPrep - 640 to 700 range

I wanted to get an idea of which software, theoretically, is a better indication of actual performance.
Thanks,
The GMATPrep tests are better. Don't let that stop you from using other resources though.
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No practice test will be as accurate as the GMATPrep practice tests because GMATPrep questions and algorithms are from the test makers themselves.

That said - even with GMATPrep practice test - there have been reports of some users who score very differently between the real thing and GMATPrep.

For most people - the two scores are close together.

Use practice tests as what they are meant to be - practice. The numeric score is just a guiding point. So while GMATPrep is the best one - you can still get great practice value out of others including Manhattan and even the one we provide at GMATPill:

http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... tice-test/

The most critical point is that you spend the time to review your mistakes so you don't make the same ones next time.

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