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Joined: Jul 21, 2015
I got access to these tests as part of my e-GMAT course enrollment. The Quant Section has about 26 practice tests and the Verbal section has 9 practice tests.
The user interface is pretty simple and has added fucntionalities and statistics to assist you in identifying you strong and weak areas. If you utilize these tools efficiently, it can help you improve by atleast 30/40 points on the GMAT.
The quant practice tests are comprehensive and include quality sums which test various spheres of your quant understanding. However, the verbal practice tests fall short of expectations. While i expected the format to mirror the actual GMAT, they fell short by completely going off-track. I remember appearing for 2 verbal tests in which there were no RC questions. This is unlike the GMAT where there 3 RC passages for verbal. Apart from this, the questions were of good quality.
i recommend these tests for anyone who wishes to improve their quant score and practice verbal.