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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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     By nishantd88 69 38

I got the Gmatclub tests free with my e-gmat course. It came with 25 odd Quant CATs and 9 Verbal CATs. I have taken a few of both and I feel that the quant is top notch. The difficulty level is a bit above the actual GMAT but that's not really an issue as it just helps you understand concepts more thoroughly. The DS questions too encompass pretty much all the tricks that one can potentially be tested on.
However, in my opinion the verbal is a bit far off from the actual GMAT. The quality of questions isn't that great and on a number of instances I was not convinced of the answer choice even after going through the explanation. On the contrary, in OG or Gmatprep software, the answers and the reasoning are always clear and convincing.
In summary, I would say that Gmatclub tests are as good as they come for QA, but they are better to avoid for VA.

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     By gyadav 1 0

These tests are perfect tool to test your score. Tests contain mix types of questions from all the areas. Question pool contains lot of question for us to practice. The emphasis is on the quality of questions and not on the quantity. One can check his/her performance in detail, weak areas are highlighted and one can choose the questions they have got wrong in the test and create their own quiz of those questions. This helps in focusing on weak areas. You can bookmark the questions and have a separate set of all the bookmarked questions.
The level of questions is very good, your official score will be more than what you will get in these test. I would recommend these test to anyone who wants to practice and to anyone who are looking of good mock test for GMAT.

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July 25 | 2017
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     By mukeshdht123 3 0

Gmat club test are very useful test especially the quant section, the quality of question is very high and comparable to real gmat question. Apart from quant verbal is helpful but you can see huge range in your scores. which is because in some exam you may see most of 700 level question and in another low difficulty level questions.In few questions of verbal you can not agree with the correct answers but better you can learn that what they are trying to test in that questions. For the quant most questions are of high level and quite resembling to real thing or higher difficulty, after giving several test applicant can be in good flow to appear in real exam. For high quant score aspirants, its must package to solve each question available in question bank.

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Must have to get >Q48
July 24 | 2017
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     By AkshayKS21 81 27

Short: Quant tests are must have to get Q>48 (earn them or buy them, they are worth it)
Verbal Tests, can't really comment. Just don't waste your time getting depressed about the score!

I improved from Q45 to Q49 thanks to GMATClub Tests.
The questions are logical, and simple OE makes you dumbfounded.
Although all questions are good, the question difficulty is not properly distributed for the tests I guess. I got 15 500-level, 15 600-level and 8 700-level questions in one test, I got 5 correct from 8 700 level questions. This test gave me Q36, and this is after I scored Q49, Q49, Q50 in previous tests.
Nevertheless, all the questions teach you something and this makes the Quant Tests must have to get that Q50/Q51in the GMAT.

Talking about verbal tests, everyone bashes them! I also cursed Verbal Tests as I scored V31 in 3 tests, whereas I was scoring >V35 in GMATPrep/Kaplan/Economist tests, But I was shocked to see V30 on GMAT. So for me they were pretty accurate!
Still I don't like GMATClub Verbal tests, there's something off about it. For example- I scored V45 in one verbal test! how can anyone justify that!

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     By nishthas 0 0

I started my journey in Jan-16 with my coaching class for GMAT preparation . The thought was clear but I wasn't able to come to the right path and track. I started reading Gmat Club reviews , practiced some questions from July-16 . Though it was late but not least effort. Gmat Club helped to understand the concepts well . Section-wise tests give the clear picture where we can put more effort. I am still in continuation in my journey and I am sure I will get best this time . Thanks to Gmat Club founder for creating such a big platform which is very helpful for working professionals like us.

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Great plus to your prep
July 23 | 2017
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     By Abhishek7749 1 0

I think Gmatclub tests are a great leveler.
They will put you at your ability level in quant.
So take a GMatclub test (full length) (you can ignore the verbal in my opinion) and see where you are in your prep. My advice is to take a gmatprep in the beginning and use Gmatclub quizzes as you prepare to solidify concepts once you have learned them by watching a video or on a blog. Use the categorization by level (500, 600,700) of questions in quizzes and take it step by step. The quality of questions is good and i feel gmac would test you on some of the tricky applications of concepts that are required in gmatclub tests. However u don't need to take them all but I think break it down topic-wise ( there are posts which detail what type of questions by topic are more challenging, appear frequently. One post by magoosh has the frequency of all quant topics in all gmac materials in an excel sheet. So challenge yourself with gmatclub tests, use Bunuel's and KarishmaVertasprep's explanations to the questions even the ones you get right so that their approach is understood. and keep it chill because you will have easy questions as well. Apart from the tests. don't forgot to check out Bunuel's popular posts and his tricky question explanations specially in number systems they really clear up tough ideas. Go through the entire website and use gmatclub tests for a consolidated question bank that tests you effectively and on the basis of your level if you chose to segregate the questions. It's a great addition to the prep.

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     By khattarabhishek 0 0

The tests help to manage time of individual verbal tests. The questions cover GMAT level questions and help revise the theory. Timing is key and these tests help you formulate the strategy required by giving multiple tests.

The Quant tests are extremely helpful if one is targeting high score. The question back is broad and covers all the concepts. Liked the questions on number properties which are tricky in data sufficiency.

I recommend these tests if you are struggling with time management in Verbal and unable to get high scores in quant. These tests blended with official gmat tests are bound to guarantee success.

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     By RogerRF 5 0

Overall GMAT club tests are helpful if someone is targeting a score of 50/51 in Quant.
I ll list the pros & cons (majorly Pros) -
1. The level of question (700+) is higher than the ones you vl c on actual test so it gives a good practice with timing. ( You will feel more confident with the actual questions & will b in a better position to solve).
2. Explanation is really nice.
3. Wide Variety of Questions
4. Teaches to use shortcuts & back solve the problems.

Cons - I could not get the scoring algorithm. I have scored 50 with 10 incorrect questions & 49 with 6 Incorrect questions.

Overall the tests are really nice & good to practice before the actual test. ( Not to be disappointed if you dont get all the 700+ questions).

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     By JaibeerSingh 38 14

I would like to review the GMATClub Tests in terms of two parameters-

Disclaimer: I have taken a few untimed tests (yes - a great function to use the flexibility of taking test timed or untimed.)

Content- I liked the rigour of both Quant as well Verbal CATs. I hope it was on a tougher side compared to the real GMAT tests as it has the majority of questions of 700 level.
But I would have liked to see a comparable score based on the difficulty of the question.

Functionality- The MY PERFORMANCE tab has various super useful functionalities such as creating a custom quiz out of attempted test, sorting and filtering based on various parameters and etc.
An option with combined verbal and quant test would be like a cherry on the cake.

Thanks

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July 21 | 2017
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     By ravikumarmishra 8 3

The quant questions are great but the variation in difficulty level of questions during the CAT is not similar to GMATPrep, even while getting so many questions wrong in a row it still presents you 700 level questions which is surprising but not sure if it is similar to actual GMAT CAT algorithm. Buy quality wise the questions are much better and provide an excellent opportunity to prepare for quant, however for verbal sections the tests are very less and they are not similar in quality to gmat verbal tests. Also for some critical reasoning questions there was ambiguity in answer choices and in one instance the official answer was changed after test takers raised objection to the official answer, something which is not a hallmark of a great test.

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