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# Source of Questions in Club Tests?

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29 May 2011, 22:21
I took a couple of tests and found them to be really good. Challenging, yes, but more importantly, very interesting.

Can anyone tell me the what is the source of questions in these tests - quant n verbal?
Are these questions close to what's likely to appear on GMAT ?

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30 May 2011, 00:09
All GMAT Club Tests (math and verbal) were developed by GMAT Club members a while ago. Math tests were designed to be more difficult than the real GMAT Quant section.
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