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# How different are the GMAT Club tests compared to the GMAT?

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How different are the GMAT Club tests compared to the GMAT? [#permalink]

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01 Dec 2009, 18:30
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I've been taking the GMAT Club tests now for a few days. I've been getting roughly half of them correct, though. The other half, I either make a silly mistake or I just don't understand how to set up the problem correctly. Any tips?

I was also wondering, how much harder/easier is the actual GMAT compared to the GMAT tests? If I practice all the GMAT Club tests, where do I stand when taking the actual GMAT?

And what is the best way to prepare using the GMAT test? I've been using my own timer to make sure that I'm solving each problem in under 2 minutes, rather than using the attached timer on the site.
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02 Dec 2009, 11:48
I took the math test and verbal test (free ones).. Verbal 7 wrong Math 9...
These are by far the best tests.. i have come across... i am planning to buy the \$80 set...
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# How different are the GMAT Club tests compared to the GMAT?

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