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28 Jan 2010, 09:59
I understand it is made to be harder than the real one and people there is a link to the gmat test scores compared to real scores. My question is this - what level are these questions in general? Is it designed to be a person who has answer most questions right or just a bunch of medium to hard questions? I know it is not adaptive but just curious on the timing aspect and the perceived difficulty of the questions... thanks!
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28 Jan 2010, 10:10
The questions in GMAT Club Tests are mostly difficult with exception of some easier ones. The difficulty level of our Tests is definitely higher than that of real GMAT questions.
shaselai wrote:
I understand it is made to be harder than the real one and people there is a link to the gmat test scores compared to real scores. My question is this - what level are these questions in general? Is it designed to be a person who has answer most questions right or just a bunch of medium to hard questions? I know it is not adaptive but just curious on the timing aspect and the perceived difficulty of the questions... thanks!

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28 Jan 2010, 10:17
dzyubam wrote:
The questions in GMAT Club Tests are mostly difficult with exception of some easier ones. The difficulty level of our Tests is definitely higher than that of real GMAT questions.
shaselai wrote:
I understand it is made to be harder than the real one and people there is a link to the gmat test scores compared to real scores. My question is this - what level are these questions in general? Is it designed to be a person who has answer most questions right or just a bunch of medium to hard questions? I know it is not adaptive but just curious on the timing aspect and the perceived difficulty of the questions... thanks!

So these questions more or less reflect a person on a CAT who is getting almost every single math question correct? thanks.
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28 Jan 2010, 14:41
Sort of. Here is a link to a topic that discusses the GMAT Club Tests in detail:
gmat-club-tests-25-math-6-verbal-free-for-gc-members-67267.html

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28 Jan 2010, 14:56
I had the same question myself. Thanks for posting.

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