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GMAT Experts,

I would like to know what other Practice tests are available apart from the ones offered by GMATClub, GMATPrep, Manhattan, Veritas, 800 Score, and Kaplan.

I plan to take the GMAT again in few weeks or a month time. However, I have exhausted all practice tests from the various top GMAT Prep companies mentioned above. Although I agree that 720 is a borderline decent score, I strongly believe that a score of 720 is not representative of my skill set. Hence, I've decided to take the test again. Having said that, I shall not be in a position to benchmark my preparation without quality practice tests. Moreover, low quality tests will ruin the preparation and present faulty measurements and score estimation. Please let me know what other full length practice tests options are available - tests that are somewhat representative of actual GMAT in terms of content and score estimation.

Please suggest available options - Thank you.

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GMAT Experts,

I would like to know what other Practice tests are available apart from the ones offered by GMATClub, GMATPrep, Manhattan, Veritas, 800 Score, and Kaplan.

I plan to take the GMAT again in few weeks or a month time. However, I have exhausted all practice tests from the various top GMAT Prep companies mentioned above. Although I agree that 720 is a borderline decent score, I strongly believe that a score of 720 is not representative of my skill set. Hence, I've decided to take the test again. Having said that, I shall not be in a position to benchmark my preparation without quality practice tests. Moreover, low quality tests will ruin the preparation and present faulty measurements and score estimation. Please let me know what other full length practice tests options are available - tests that are somewhat representative of actual GMAT in terms of content and score estimation.

Please suggest available options - Thank you.

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The best quality tests that are closest to the Gmat are the Gmatprep tests. Apart from that, MGMAT and Veritas are the second best.
Further, please find the below link which gives 23 free tests, although I have mentioned the best tests above.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/18-online-fr ... 57862.html
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Hi DisciplinedPrep,

Early last week, GMAC made a formal announcement defining some changes that will be taking place to the format of the Official GMAT (beginning April 16, 2018). These changes primarily impact the overall length of the Exam (meaning the number of questions in the Quant and Verbal sections as well as the amount of time that you’ll have to complete each of those two sections). In theory, a shorter Exam could make it easier for a well-prepared Test Taker to score higher. Unfortunately, practice CATs in the new 'format' don't exist yet - but once they become available, you should plan to take one (so that we can get a better sense of how you perform under these new conditions). As an aside, it is UNLIKELY that the 'new format' CATs that you'll have access to will include 'new' questions (the various CAT providers will likely just reformat their existing CATs but still use the same pool of questions that are currently being used). This is meant to say that you'll need a new 'brand' of CAT that you have not used yet. Considering all of the CATs that you HAVE already used, your options will be limited. The CATs from Princeton Review would probably be the next logical choice.

Beyond those details, it's important to remember that taking lots of CATs will NOT make you a better Test Taker. A CAT is really a 'measuring device' - when used correctly, it will give you a realistic score and help define your strengths and weaknesses, but it will NOT help you to fix any of those weaknesses. To raise your scores, you have to put in the necessary practice and repetitions. The CAT will show you whether your studies are helping you to improve or not. The missing points that you're looking for are in the Verbal section, so your emphasis has to be on defining WHY you get Verbal questions wrong and what you can do differently to increase your chances of picking up those points.

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GMAT Pill offers a free full-length practice test with timing and performance analytics at the end:

Practice CAT test: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... ctice-test

Students generally report scores within +-30 points of what they get on the real test.

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