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# Manhattan Quant vs Real GMAT

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15 Jan 2018, 10:48
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From what I read, Manhattan quant is tougher than the real test. I seem to be hitting low 40s in quant on the MGMAT CATs. Based on this what can I anticipate scoring on the real thing.

I am trying to determine if I should spend these next couple weeks focussing on verbal or quant.
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15 Jan 2018, 21:11
m94m wrote:
From what I read, Manhattan quant is tougher than the real test. I seem to be hitting low 40s in quant on the MGMAT CATs. Based on this what can I anticipate scoring on the real thing.

I am trying to determine if I should spend these next couple weeks focussing on verbal or quant.
It's hard to say. Can you try taking a GMATPrep? That should give you a better (but still not perfect) estimate of your current score.
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16 Jan 2018, 14:24
AjiteshArun wrote:
m94m wrote:
From what I read, Manhattan quant is tougher than the real test. I seem to be hitting low 40s in quant on the MGMAT CATs. Based on this what can I anticipate scoring on the real thing.

I am trying to determine if I should spend these next couple weeks focussing on verbal or quant.
It's hard to say. Can you try taking a GMATPrep? That should give you a better (but still not perfect) estimate of your current score.

I took both GMATPrep exams the first couple weeks of studying, so I am worried that if I take them again I will just remember the answer and wouldnt be a great representation of my true score.
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16 Jan 2018, 18:47
m94m wrote:
I took both GMATPrep exams the first couple weeks of studying, so I am worried that if I take them again I will just remember the answer and wouldnt be a great representation of my true score.
You might want to invest in the exam packs, which will give you 4 more GMATPrep practice tests.
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16 Jan 2018, 20:45
HI m94m,
YOUR QUANT ABILITY AS PER GMAT EXAM STANDARD CAN ONLY BE ESTABLISHED WITH THE GMAT PREP EXAMS,SO IF YOU CAN TAKE A PREP TEST PROVIDED BY THEM EITHER 02 FREE OR PAID(EXAM PACK 1 AND 2).SO APPEAR IN ONE OF THEM AT FULL LENGTH AND SEE WHERE DO YOU STAND.
HOPE THIS HELPS.
IF YOU LIKE THE REPLY,THEN REWARD ME WITH ONE KUDO,THANKS.
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22 Jan 2018, 07:29
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Hi m94m,

Yes, I would second the plan to take the official GMAT tests that are part of Exam Pack 1 and 2. That would give you the most accurate assessment of where you stand.

I often see test prep companies make questions difficult by making them ugly and tedious. This is not how GMAT designs the questions. In fact, many of the questions they write may seem easy on the surface, but the actual statistics reveals that they are actually difficult.

Cheers,
Dabral
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# Manhattan Quant vs Real GMAT

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