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GMAT Club Tests offer hard Quant CAT tests and a smaller number of verbal tests (over 1,100 quant questions and 388 verbal questions). The questions are generally above average difficulty though some easier ones have been introduced as well. You can see exact distribution of questions here. To learn about the scoring algorithm precision, please see this discussion. Finally GMAT Club tests require a subscription but 10 days a year, we offer them for free on US public holidays.

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September 04 | 2016
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     By rohankaushik13 1 0

Math Tests are amazing. I would recommend GMAT Club Math Tests to everyone preparing for GMAT. The verbal tests are very less in number and there a few questions which are very confusing in verbal. I would suggest GMAT club admins to work in the Verbal part as the Math part is already very amazing. Math CATs are an excellent blend of all levels of questions. Plus, the Quiz and collections feature in the subscription is excellent. It provides you the flexibility to create test based on your need. The software is almost a replica of Real GMAT and the Math questions are at par with the real GMAT test. I would suggest everyone to subscribe to these tests.

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Best Quant Questions
September 02 | 2016
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     By seagate90210 0 0

I can confidently say that the quality of Quant Questions in GMAT club tests is the best out there. I highly recommend GMAT Club TESTS for anyone aiming to reach a good Quant score. GMAT Club TESTS offers a large variety of questions across different topics and difficulty levels and surely prepare you for the actual test day. The performance review and analysis is very useful. The user interface of GMAT Club TESTS prepares you for the actual test. GMAT Club TESTS rock!! GMAT Club TESTS Verbal section is very good too, I feel more questions need to be added to the GMAT Club TESTS Verbal Section.

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Amazing math test
September 01 | 2016
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     By muhammedziauddin1 0 0

The math exams at GMAT club it's amazing. I had great experiences with them. In my actual GMAT, about 30-40% of the questions were repeat of the GMAT club math questions. These questions are real GMAT quality and have the potential to show up in the real exam.

I have taken about 8 of them and they are really challenging, but that's what you want when you are taking a GMAT exam.

I don't know much about verbal. I only took one and it had a few repeat questions, which annoyed me. But you should just get it for MATH questions. They are pure gold.

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Great questions.
August 30 | 2016
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     By jainpiyusha87 0 0

Hello everyone
I have been using GMAT club test for quite a while. They offer around 25 tests for quant section and 10 tests for verbal section. I must say that their quantitative questions set are really amazing. They tend to cover each and every topic in detail. Though at times I find the solutions a bit incomplete but that compensates the quality and variety of questions they offer. The verbal ques are just fine. Didn't help me much because of lack of good answer explanations. All in all, i will suggest other people to try these test for quant section, if they have enough time on their hands.

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Only Quant Review
August 29 | 2016
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     By MrTang897 0 0

I thought the quant questions were quite challenging and were very helpful in my review.

I did have a few problems with the explanations. I thought they were quite brief in the sense that they assumed a lot of things (in order for you to understand it). Also I think most of the explanations focused on the 'correct' way of doing the problem, rather than showing tips, tricks, or shortcuts to get to the same answer.

The interface is also quite clunky. Once in practice mode you need to show the answer before you can answer and just look at the explanation, this makes it pretty tedious and is not very intuitive.

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     By banty1987 42 5

I am from engineering background, reaching 48-49 was easy after that pushing to 50/51 was hard. GMAT tests concepts that are basic but one should be very strong in basics and to get that thinking process during exam in 2 minutes is hard. That's when Gmatclub tests helped me to push me think in the right direction and the explanation to the questions by Bunnel is really great. I took around 15 tests each day one test, this helped me get used to the stress. If you could get consistenet 47-51 in gmat club tests you can get Q50/51 in GMAT test. Most of the questions are 700 level and the questions really test your basics. I took manhattan tests as well but Quant tests in manhattan are hard and lengthy but I dont think GMAT tests that kind of questions(my personal experience). The thing that helped is you can bookmark the tricky questions you came across and view the solutions before the real GMAT and this hlped alot. Last advice is even though you got the answer right see the explanations by Bunnel they are really amazing and will help you solve 700+ level questions in less than 1.5 min.

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     By sdgmat89 1 0

Hi,

Being an asian-india,with my school curriculum concentrating much on quant since my childhood-i always scored 95%+ on any competitive exam. But when it came to gmat prep the toughest decision was what sources to refer to for quant.Though there are courses offered .i knew the basics upto 80% and i understood the exam would test basics but would involve some sort of reasoning as its based on logical reasoning and some other skills which will be tested as it is gonna put you in the business world.

So referring books was tough because many books are there and even if i refer the basics are same but then i tried gmat club tests.

so em gonna pen down things why gc tests or after you complete 26 tests-what can you learn


1.) you have worked with 99% -100% of topics covered on gmat

2.) you have learnt the skills to answer the 99% questions on gmat-because when you review the question after test you find answers linked to forum where experts and other students have given their answers and queries-surely your querie(posted by past students ) or your method will be there and an expert replying to it- incase you get your answer wrong and wondering what you did ;),also multiple solutions are given.


3.) time based-this is what i like.51q in 75 minutes-you do 26 tests seriously nothing can beat this-you working on some real test based quant questions. you will surely hit 47+ trust me at the end but ya need to do few things-

4.) review: reviewing the tests is very important- when you review make notes of the mistakes or some key things like square of number ,square root of number,absolute values,signs etc- this things are limited in gmat from other exams also ensure you never commit same mistake so review is important.


5.) buneul is always there to reply to your solutions from tests on the link in the solution.

6.) you can review buneul books,some quant basics and go for gc tests- nothing more you need to hit 47+.

7.) yes 49+ is also possible but there are few things you need to yourself which are based on your skills :)

8.) gc tests gives me lot of confidence-like apple a day keeps doctor away ;)

9.) yes,another thing the moderators and the team are very friendly wrt to technical or other issues ;)



good luck guys.

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     By vgurukool 23 0

Hi, Myself Virender Kumar from India. I've started my GMAT prep 1.5 years back but due to work pressure didn't managed to keep the preparation regularly. There were lot of breaks in between my preparation. Then in 2015 I write GMAT with a dismal score of 660. I've always aimed for 700+ but didn't managed to get it.
Then after a lot of online search and reviews, I came across GMAT club tests which is one of the best investment that I made towards GMAT prep. These tests are a very good resource in terms of questions, analysis provided and score description. I think if a person goes through all the tests regularly, he/she can achieve target score. Moreover the score which you get in these tests are a true reflection of what you get in GMAT with +/- of 20. I will definitely recommend these tests to anyone who is preparing for GMAT.

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     By miki2724 1 5

The test questions are of very high-quality. Although many reviews can be found regarding the quantitative section, I also feel the verbal question collection is great. Any student aiming to score 650+ should subscribe to these tests. Moreover, the tests come with detailed explanations, in most cases, which help to look at the problems from different perspectives i.e. different ways to solve. The report generated from the practice is very detailed and is an excellent tool to gauze expertise and weaknesses in various areas; and manage limited study time in the most efficient manner. I would definitely recommend these tests to anybody aiming for an above-average GMAT score.

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     By Rupalia 3 1

I am very fond of GMATclub tests and forum. This e-learning platform provides one of the best tool for people who want to practice and understand their strengths and weaknesses. I have found questions very competitive and true representation of the GMAT CAT. This builds the confidence in a test-taker to face the real GMAT test. The questions are not entirely made up of probability or geometry as in Manhattan CATs.

The only aspect that I regret is the number of questions. I think they should further increase the question bank. Be careful on using the complete test or separate tests. This will reduce the number of available complete tests for you in the long-run.

Thank you, GMATclub!

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