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New post 11 Sep 2008, 09:08
Dearest Moderators,

I have never taken a real life GMAT exam. Tho' by attempting in GMAT Club's Forum section I have made myself eligible for the tests. Till now I have taken 5 QA tests and performance has been varying from

29 Correct - 34 Correct...

Whereas the percentile has been varying from 78 to 100.

I wish to know the following:

1) if these Quant tests are of actual GMAT level
2) What should be one's frequency of taking these tests?
3) What is a good score, i.e. transforming to 50-51 in actual GMAT, in these tests?
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New post 12 Sep 2008, 03:18
Hi. It's very difficult to say how you'll perform at the real GMAT based only on the few tests taken. The thing is that number of people who took a particular test differs from test to test. That is why some people have a 100th percentile score. I know many people go to this thread for comparison with those who took GMATClub Tests as well as real GMAT:


Unfortunately, I can't advise on the frequency of taking the Tests. You might try to ask this question in another forum (GMAT, for example).

Our GMATClub math tests were designed to be MORE difficult than the real GMAT math questions. Many people testify that it is really true.

Have a good preparation time!

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Re: Level of tests?   [#permalink] 12 Sep 2008, 03:18
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