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# Verbal correlation

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12 Dec 2008, 09:15
How do the GMATClub verbal tests correlate to the real thing. Could someone please post their experiences. Thanks in advance

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17 Dec 2008, 13:49
if you check out my profile, you can see my personal experience. one thing though that was crazy and totally unexpected was finishing the verbal with about 20 minutes left. that never happened in practice tests. i was always working until the last minute, so when that happened on the real exam, i didn't know if it just turned out to be easier or if my adrenaline pumped me up a lot.
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# Verbal correlation

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