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Hello everyone,
Please suggest me where can I get access to full length unlimited mock test (free or paid)

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Hi keshavagarwal,

There is a limit to the number of practice CATs available on the market (and the number of reputable CATs is even more limited). That having been said, you should NOT need an "unlimited" number of practice mock CATs. 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. As such, you don't actually need to take a lot of practice CATs to score at a high level, but you do need to properly train for what you'll see on Test Day (and while you should plan to take a certain number of CATs, you really shouldn't take more than 1 FULL CAT per week).

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The best ones are from mba.com - through the GMATPrep software.

GMAT Pill provides one here: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... ctice-test

Students generally report scores within +-30 points of what they get on the actual test. Still use the test for practice - rather than a focus on the number you get at the end.

The test itself is free. A paid membership will let you see video explanations for each test question.

You can learn more about GMAT Pill at http://www.gmatpill.com/testimonials
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Hello everyone,
Please suggest me where can I get access to full length unlimited mock test (free or paid)

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Apart from the GMATPREP, Manhattan GMAT tests and Veritas Prep Tests in my experience have good verbal and Quant section and will certainly help you point out and improve your weak areas.

Veritas Prep.

I purchased the veritas prep test in December when they were running another discount and got the test for just $15. Although I have not yet used up the test, I can confidently tell you it was a great investment.

Let me begin by saying that Veritas prep tests are definitely a bit harder than the GMATPREP and even the actual GMAT.

Quant- The quant is somewhat similar and the topics are well distributed. You may start getting 700 level questions after you answer the first 2-3 correct questions in a row which is rarely the case in GMATPREP wherein I saw 700 level questions after the 8-9 questions. Secondly I noticed that the questions are very logic based which may or may not be the case with actual GMAT. But overall great practice questions.

Verbal- I felt the verbal section was definitely more difficult than the GMATPREP especially the RC. There were a few answers with which I didn’t agree with but overall nice and challenging questions. Definitely must try.

Post test analysis- I loved this part as they give you a nice detailed analysis of your test which helps the test taker evaluate their tests in details.

Scoring Algorithm- This was one of the week areas of the tests. The scoring was very strict as compared to the GMATPREP. The test punishes you if you answer 2 or 3 questions in a row which is not always the case with the GMAT. However please note that it is not possible for any company to imitate the actual scoring algorithm of GMATPREP.

However overall they are great tests and definitely a worth buy if you are getting it for a discounted price.

Manhattan Tests.

MGMAT tests are one of the best tests available in the market. They are a notch tougher than the real GMAT which makes it worth practicing with.

Quant- MGMAT quant is one of the toughest quant tests out there. The difficulty level of the questions is much higher than the GMATPREP or even the actual GMAT. I always ran out of time while practicing MGMAT tests which never happened on the GMATPREP tests. Secondly I felt that the quant questions on the MGMAT tests involved intensive calculation. However practicing higher difficulty questions definitely prepares you well for the actual test.

Verbal- I felt the verbal section was a level below the actual GMAT. There were a few SC and CR questions with which I didn’t agree with but overall nice and challenging questions. RC was definitely tough and more often included long passages. Overall a decent practice.

Post test analysis- I loved this part as they give you a nice detailed analysis of your test which helps the test taker evaluate their tests in details and MGMAT has great explanations for all the questions which helps the test taker improve their weak areas.

Scoring Algorithm- I normally scored much lower than my GMAT PREP Tests and even my actual GMAT. My low scores were mainly because of low quant score.

Hope this helps. All the best.
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keshavagarwal wrote:
Hello everyone,
Please suggest me where can I get access to full length unlimited mock test (free or paid)
Taking (and retaking) the free GMATPreps might be useful here, but you should try not to rely on the scores you get on the retakes.
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