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# Mentioned Difficulty level at GMAT CLUB FORUMS' QUESTIONS

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26 Dec 2018, 20:50
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Does the difficult level mentioned at GMAT CLUB FORUMS' QUESTIONS, really represents the difficulty level of the of same kind of question in GMAT?

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26 Dec 2018, 21:13
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UdayPratapSingh wrote:
Does the difficult level mentioned at GMAT CLUB FORUMS' QUESTIONS, really represents the difficulty level of the of same kind of question in GMAT?

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To be frank with you sometimes they are not. But, saying that most of the times they do and that is more than enough a reason to follow stuffs here. There are hardly any resources out there that is both horizontally and vertically rich like GC Club ones. Hope I have answered your query !! Good Luck !!
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Re: Mentioned Difficulty level at GMAT CLUB FORUMS' QUESTIONS  [#permalink]

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26 Dec 2018, 21:17
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UdayPratapSingh wrote:
Does the difficult level mentioned at GMAT CLUB FORUMS' QUESTIONS, really represents the difficulty level of the of same kind of question in GMAT?

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UdayPratapSingh,
Club calculates the difficulty level based on the amount of time taken by gmat club users to answer the question.And since club has a large number of users,it gives a fair idea of difficulty based on peers attempting the same question.So simply put,i think it is correct "representation'.

Secondly,please put the posts in correct forum.This is not related to Study Plan,is it?
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