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# Timing in quant part of MGMAT CAT

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GMAT 1: 700 Q48 V37
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12 Apr 2012, 14:14
Does anybody else have timing issues in the CAT by Manhattan GMAT? Today I took my third mock test and I got 31 700-800 questions! I didn't really have timing problems when I did the GMATprep mock tests, because it always throws in easier questions from time to time that you can crack in 30 seconds or a minute. But on the MGMAT test there were maybe 2 of those tough questions that I could answer in a minute, and I took more than 2 minutes on almost all of those tough ones and on some even up to 4min. This makes me question how realistic the quant section is on MGMAT's CAT's. Did anybody else get that many 700 level questions and does anybody else have timing problems on that test?

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GMAT 1: 720 Q49 V38
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12 Apr 2012, 16:33
BN1989 wrote:
Does anybody else have timing issues in the CAT by Manhattan GMAT? Today I took my third mock test and I got 31 700-800 questions! I didn't really have timing problems when I did the GMATprep mock tests, because it always throws in easier questions from time to time that you can crack in 30 seconds or a minute. But on the MGMAT test there were maybe 2 of those tough questions that I could answer in a minute, and I took more than 2 minutes on almost all of those tough ones and on some even up to 4min. This makes me question how realistic the quant section is on MGMAT's CAT's. Did anybody else get that many 700 level questions and does anybody else have timing problems on that test?

MGMAT's Quant is more difficult than the GMat Prep's and the real one, so if you have some trouble with it, do not worry. The tough problems will hone your skill for the G-day
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Status: schools I listed were for the evening programs, not FT
Joined: 16 Aug 2011
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Location: United States (VA)
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GMAT 2: 640 Q43 V34
GMAT 3: 660 Q43 V38
GPA: 3.1
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12 Apr 2012, 20:25
1. As the poster above me noted, Manhattan's quant is harder than the GMAT.
2. the real GMAT has experimental questions throughout (20-25% of all questions are experimental). It is unlikely that every experimental question is going to be ridiculously hard for the general public.
3. If you get that many 700-800 questions in your CAT, that means that you are doing real well in quant on the GMAT.

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