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WHICH LEVEL??

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28 Aug 2008, 00:14
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GUYS,
FROM EXPERIENCE, THE LEVEL OF THE GMAT CLUB TESTS IS COMPARABLE TO WHAT RANGE OF QUESTIONS??
I MEAN DO THEY APPEAR IN THE 5-20QUESTION RANGE(QUITE TOUGH)
OR 20-35 RANGE ( MEDIUM TOUGH)
HERE I'M CONSIDERIGN THAT GMAT GIVES TOUGH QUESTIONS BET'N Q.NO. 5 TO 20 AND AFTER THAT THE TOUGHNESS LEVEL GRADUALLY DECREASES

i THINK THAT IS THE FORMAT RIGHT??
THE TOUGHNESS LEVEL INCREASES, REACHES PEAK AROUND 8-18, STAYS FOR MAYBE 12 QUESTIONS , AND THE LAST FEW ARE COMAPARITIVELY EASY .. RIGHT?

IS PREPARING FOR THE EXAMS USING CLUB TESTS AS BENCHMARK OK? OR ARE TOUGHER PROBLEMS EXPECTED?

ALSO, IS THERE A REASON TO BE DISSAPOINTED IF ONE DOES NOT GET HIGH SCORES IN THE EXAM??( IT MAY BE POSSIBLE THAT BCOS OF LEARNING PROCESS, THE PERSON MAY NOT GET HIGH MARKS, BUT AFTER GOING THRO THE ENTIRE SET OF Q'S IN THE CLUB TEST, THE PERSON MAY HAVE IMPROVED?)

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28 Aug 2008, 07:06
arjtryarjtry wrote:
FROM EXPERIENCE, THE LEVEL OF THE GMAT CLUB TESTS IS COMPARABLE TO WHAT RANGE OF QUESTIONS??

The difficulty level of gmatclub questions seems to cover a wide range- I'd guess that some would be easy questions on a real test, and some would probably be harder than the hardest questions on a real test. On average, however, I'd say the difficulty level on gmatclub tests is at least medium-difficult.

arjtryarjtry wrote:
THE TOUGHNESS LEVEL INCREASES, REACHES PEAK AROUND 8-18, STAYS FOR MAYBE 12 QUESTIONS , AND THE LAST FEW ARE COMAPARITIVELY EASY .. RIGHT?

No, I don't think so. The difficulty level of the questions you see depends on how well you've answered earlier questions. If you do well at the beginning, then yes, you will see difficult questions in the middle of the test. If you struggle with some of the difficult questions, then yes, the end of you're test will be comparatively easier. If you do not struggle with the questions in the middle, the end of your test will not likely be easier.

arjtryarjtry wrote:
ALSO, IS THERE A REASON TO BE DISSAPOINTED IF ONE DOES NOT GET HIGH SCORES IN THE EXAM??( IT MAY BE POSSIBLE THAT BCOS OF LEARNING PROCESS, THE PERSON MAY NOT GET HIGH MARKS, BUT AFTER GOING THRO THE ENTIRE SET OF Q'S IN THE CLUB TEST, THE PERSON MAY HAVE IMPROVED?)

One would hope that people improve because of doing the tests- otherwise what would be the point?
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