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# Test Improvement

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01 Nov 2011, 13:38
Hey everyone,

I've been studying for a few months now and thought I might be ready for the GMAT Club challenge tests. Was I ever wrong! I've taken the first ten so far and only seem to get 50-70% of the questions right...consistently, and that is what scares me. I am making flash cards of all problems I answer incorrectly and try to find other ways to address each problem (I believe that has helped to some degree). However, after addressing my weaknesses and coming back to take another "beating", if you will, from the challenges is puzzling. I should be improving. I mean, I'd feel better if I knew every question was 750+level, but my opinion is that they are not. As a whole, the test is much harder than others like Kaplan, 800score or even Manhattan, but I can't tell whether I'm getting just the easy ones right or a good mix of both.

At least there is comfort knowing I usually miss only the problems that have an explanation thread, so I'm not the only one, but still. Any study suggestions, thoughts?

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01 Nov 2011, 15:10
It doesn't matter how many you get wrong until the real GMAT. Better get the wrong answers and learn now than mess up in the real thing. The important thing is to always improve.

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01 Nov 2011, 15:35
@ Loser. My point is I can't tell if I'm getting 50/50 or thereabouts on 700+level questions or if my correct responses are coming primarily from the easy questions on the GMAT Club tests...meaning that I'm getting very few 700 level questions right. I guess I can just take the sets of the hardest questions and find out, but the problem I'm having is after reviewing/trying to learn from my mistakes, I'm coming back and scoring at the same level.

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