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# New vs. Old GMAT Club Tests

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New Adaptive vs Old Linear GMAT Club Tests

Both the New Adaptive Tests and Old Tests share the same question base. However, there are number of differences. Please see this table to help you choose which tests to use.

 Old Vs New Tests Features Old Tests New Tests Number of Questions 1171 1274 New Questions - 100+ Improved Questions (approx) - 300 Updated Explanations (approx) - 600 Adaptive Tests - Yes Target Quizzes Yes Yes Questions availble for Quizzes 370 1274 Free Tests Yes Yes Percentile Scoring Yes Yes Balanced Scoring - Yes Convert Subscription to CAT's Yes - Price \$99 \$79 - \$99

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