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Joined: Jun 12, 2015
740 Q50 V41
I used the 6 tests that I bought from MGMAT CAT. Quant was so much more difficult than the real one but the verbal is slightly easier. Don't be disheartened if you don't score in your target range soon after you begin preparing. It does take a good 6-7 weeks to get near the target and from then on, it's about attention to detail. What mistakes you may be committing consistently and how much of that you can correct. Also, remember to make use of the IRs and the AWAs as they give a good sense of fatigue - it also helped me even though I'd not prepared IR for the real deal. Having said all of this, this is the closest you could get to the GMAT prep practice test.