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New post 18 Jul 2009, 06:08
Hi,

I have just taken online free manhattan test and my experiences are:

1. Maths is pretty difficult as compared to gmat prep software.
2. The software itself is very slow because of which i spent almost 4.25 hrs in test and got drained during the last part of it
3. Verbal was ok but found difficult as compared to gmat prep.

I have some doubt:
1. How indicative the Manhattan tests are to the actual test?
2. Is it advisable to invest in the balance 5 tests and practise them?
3. By experience what is the difference between the actual score and the manhattan score.

Waiting for good discussion.
Thanks .

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New post 18 Jul 2009, 07:39
From what Ive heard in all the forums, its been consistent that MGMAT tests are next to GMATPrep in terms of quality and scoring. The feedback has been good and the scores they say are +/- 30 than the actual score.

Check out GMATClub's review on all the GMAT tests available on the home page.

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New post 19 Jul 2009, 07:29
Hi vaivish1723,

I agree with you that Maths in MGMAT CAT is more difficult than that in GMATPrep and that in Kaplan CAT.

Please let me share my CATs experience;

GMATPrep 1 q49 - June30'09
Kaplan CAT1 q50 - July12'09
MGMAT CAT1 q47 - July14'09
MGMAT CAT2 q44 - July15'09
GMATPrep 2 q50 - July 22'09

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