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# Quant Practice Test Difficulty

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03 Oct 2011, 17:39
I find the Manhattan Practice test to be brutally hard, the GMAT prep test moderate, and the Kaplan Test ridiculously easy.

GMAT prep is supposed to be the most accurate correct?
Does anyone else feel this way?

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04 Oct 2011, 02:37
The GMATPrep software is the best replicator of the actual test experience. It's also the most accurate indicator of one's level. It's important, though, to always take practice CAT's under realistic test conditions in order to extract the most benefit from them.

And yes, the Manhattan tests have a reputation for their difficulty. But these CAT's are very good practice and have decent accuracy, in terms of performance estimation.
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