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# Online test...which are best?

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21 Apr 2007, 09:36
Hi! I've gone through the OG11 and the Manhattan Sentence Correction. I'm working on the GMAT Verbal and the GMAT Quant. right now. My test date is approaching and I would really like to practice with online tests over the next few weeks. What are the best (meaning, the most similar to the actual GMAT) that will help me get a real feel for 1) what the actual GMAT is going to be like and 2) what my currnet score is?

I'm going to do one of the GMAT prep test today, but I'm sure there are other online sources out there.

Thanks for the help!

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21 Apr 2007, 09:41
Manhattan CATs are pretty good, you know the ones that come with the MGMAT sentence correction book.

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24 Apr 2007, 15:16
There's a free test on http://www.review.com. The PR tests are great, very much like the real thing (only with answer explanations, which GMATPrep doesn't have).

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# Online test...which are best?

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