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New post 19 Feb 2009, 09:57
How is the Manhatten Prep test rated vs real GMAt test? I always fair well in GMATPREP test(700+). But today I gave Manhatten Prep Practice test and could score only 630 :( . Are these tests actually tough as compared t real GMAT or I didnt fair well?
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New post 19 Feb 2009, 19:31
There is no test which can predict your score accurately.
GMATprep is probably the closest. Take the tests for optimizing speed,
and as practice.

Also note, lot of CATS are not accurate in scoring algorithm, answer choices(mainly verbal
has issues). As long as you are comfortable with the qns and your way of selecting answers,
it should be fine...
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GMATPrep is more accurate and a better indication of your score. Depending on your test taking abilities under stress, you should be within 40 points of GMATPrep (this is a generalization). That assumes of course, you have taken GMATprep tests only once and did not encounter any questions you have done before.
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New post 23 Feb 2009, 08:18
Hello Sanya ,

Didi you check why you scored 630 , I guess its worthwhile to check that first.
If you have made some silly mistakes , maybe practice will eliminate them and your score will improve .
In case its some conceptual mistake , its such a great opportunity to learn.

MGMAT is good ; however I don't want to say anything to demoralize you at the moment.
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bb wrote:
GMATPrep is more accurate and a better indication of your score. Depending on your test taking abilities under stress, you should be within 40 points of GMATPrep (this is a generalization). That assumes of course, you have taken GMATprep tests only once and did not encounter any questions you have done before.


Could someone please clarify what is GMATPrep? Do we refer to GMATClub when we say GMATPREP? Or do we refer to OG/GMAC question bank and the 2 free OG CATs everyone gets?
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ChiTexan2015 wrote:
bb wrote:
GMATPrep is more accurate and a better indication of your score. Depending on your test taking abilities under stress, you should be within 40 points of GMATPrep (this is a generalization). That assumes of course, you have taken GMATprep tests only once and did not encounter any questions you have done before.


Could someone please clarify what is GMATPrep? Do we refer to GMATClub when we say GMATPREP? Or do we refer to OG/GMAC question bank and the 2 free OG CATs everyone gets?



GMAT prep refers to the official prep mock tests. Earlier there was an official software named "GMAT PREP" and later version "GMAT PREP 2", now GMAC stoped updating that software and take everything in online at (MBA.com free practice test).

So all the question from GMAT Prep(from that free software) are official and high quality questions. If you are done with official guide, it is highly requested that you practice from gmat prep question.

There are at lest 1500 verbal questions and 1500 quant questions of GMAT Prep. Its really a great source. Again, they are official question. Do solve them to ensure a 750+


Here is a very collection of all the official question.


1. Verbal:

http://gmatwithcj.com/resources/mega-co ... questions/


2. Quant:

http://gmatwithcj.com/resources/mega-co ... questions/

A simple google search will give you a lot of gmat prep questions and links. But this is by far the best collections. You can also use gmatclub question bank filters also.

Bhai, happy studying!

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