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# What CAT tests are the most representative?

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31 Jul 2012, 02:52
I know that GMAT Prep is the test which almost certainly tells us the true level. There are some other tests such as MGMAT, 800score (both by Manhattan). Good thing about these tests is that you can do them several times and they help you get into GMAT format.
I have reciently took the GMAT but unsatisfied with performance and unfortunatelly i have exhausted all the CATs. Now i continue on my preparation, could anyone, please, suggest any other CAT tests that i can you to assess my level.
I would really appreciate if someone could suggest.
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31 Jul 2012, 08:18
Have you exhausted MGMAT and 800score?
Iff that's the case I'd suggest grockit. Its an amazing source for gmat type questions and 5 CATs
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31 Jul 2012, 21:25
souvik101990 wrote:
Have you exhausted MGMAT and 800score?
Iff that's the case I'd suggest grockit. Its an amazing source for gmat type questions and 5 CATs

Thank you for advice, i'll surely try it. But i have never heard in any rewiews about it, do you think that it is really as represantative as MGMAT?
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01 Aug 2012, 07:53
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