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Joined: Apr 23, 2021
670 Q47 V35
I took exam in short period of 2 month with full time job. Though quant my score does not reveal the greatness of GC Test, I will strongly recommend it. I did not use all the test because i ran out of time but my score is surely because of GC test only. I am planning to reattempt the exam again and I will practice GC test. GC Test have really good set of difficult questions which is very helpful to be confident and ready for the actual exam. Also timed CAT helped me to get a grip on time management. Strongly recommended
Joined: Feb 05, 2021
690 Q47 V38
Your search for the best, most accurate and the hardest Quant tests, ends here. If you’re amazing for a Q49+, then you need to go for the mocks. Not only are these close to the actual exam in terms of difficulty, but the scoring algorithm is also pretty accurate. I was consistently scoring q47 in thr mocks and I ended getting thr same in my actual exam. I am bummed though that they have only 25 test, but make the most of these, if you want to shine in quant. The best part is the explanations for every question and the discussions around it. You will definitely find your query answered already in the discussions, which would save so much time. Absolutely recommend.
Joined: Apr 30, 2021
660 Q43 V38
I have given the GMATClub tests on various holidays and during a week of free trial upon subscribing to GMATClub's Youtube Channel.
The tests are pretty good and are in a similar format when compared with the official exam, the tests are customisable which is a major pro as it allows you to attack the weaknesses and customise it according to one's different needs and expectations.
The post test diagnosis allows for best in class analysis and understanding for a test taker. It allows the test taker to understand where he/she got wrong, what should be the approach to the problem and how he/she can improve on the same.
The test scores are also a good indicator of overall preparedness but the verbal tests are a little off.
Joined: Jan 02, 2021
700 Q50 V35
I took the GMAT CLUB TESTS when I exhausted all the resources I was referring to. No kidding, the variety of questions is amazing!
You will get to know where you stand, your weak points and your strong points as well. THERE IS A SEPARATE COLUMN OF MUST BE TRUE QUESTIONS AS WELL!!! I haven't seen that anywhere else.
The trick in the questions will keep you on your toes. Even the most basic questions will urge you to bite your nails off!!
If you are planning to break that plateau of 700, I will definitely advice you to go for these tests. Not only you will get used to hard questions but also get accustomed to the time management, which is very crucial for a gmat test taker.
Joined: Jan 21, 2021
I received access to the test for 25 kudos and solved them constantly during the last 3 months. The good thing about the GMAT Club test is that there are over 30 (quant +verbal) tests available.
Quant section is harder than most of the OG question and much trickier; however, its seems question bank for each test is limited and once you solved most of the hard question it will start showing 500 level question. This seems unrealistic to me since I guess in real GMAT test will maintain giving hard questions if you solve hard questions correctly. Besides, once you solve enough questions you will get familiar with what the GMATCLUB tests, the patterns sometimes repeat making it easier to solve.
The verbal section is poorly constructed and not representative of the real GMAT. Test makers often make unwarranted assumptions and test some obscure stuff.
This was my brief review of the test. Overall it is worth try you have enough prep time and run out of questions!
Joined: May 28, 2021
740 Q50 V40
The verbal test has some good questions, but overall the test is not adaptive. I got 9 CR, 11 SC and 16 RC questions - not balanced compared to GMATPrep mocks.
I have made only 2 mistakes within the first 24 questions, but the algorithm gave eight 500-level questions.
I have seen an enhanced score report of an exam with V42; the guy who took the test made 8 mistakes. I also made 8 mistakes in GC verbal test-36 and received 35.
During the test, RC passages seemed very easy. And yes, I was not given any 700-level passage, despite my good performance.
I think, improvements can be made regarding the adaptiveness of the test.
Joined: Jul 05, 2018
600 Q47 V26
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The GMATclub tests are of very high quality and offer detailed analytics post-testing. Although a bit on the harder side the tests give you a very comprehensive set of questions with quality explanations. You will be able to improve a lot on quant and these tests are truly going to help to reach Q51 if done consistently with diligence, GMATclub tests in line with the Gmat club philosophy are there to help you get the most benefit for the least investment. In fact, most of us get is free along with some other test prep tool. And if you are not yet using your free Gmatclub tests you can do so if you have availed Magoosh/e-GMAT. This is a must have test to empower you on your testing journey.
Joined: Jun 14, 2020
680 Q49 V33 (Online)
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I have given all 9 verbal tests in GMAT Club and 3 Quant tests, and can say the scores and difficultly level has been fairly indicative of my actual capability. Though I would caution to supplement this with other platforms e.g., MGMAT, Veritas which are slightly better
As other test series, GMAT club also pools these tests from a common pool of questions. At start, the quality was extremely good for 3-4 tests where I consistently scored V34-36, this was also my score on other platforms e.g., MGMAT, Kaplan. But then suddenly scores dropped to 25s, which demotivated me big time. I was consistently given 700+ questions (almost 60-70% of test) - I liked the practice but then the scores didnt mean much in my mind. Subsequent tests felt quite easy where I even went to V43, and of course was pleasantly surprised with this. But again I knew this wasnt my level cause I wasn't scoring it on other platforms. I assume something is wrong with their algorithm as my friend faced similar issue. But overall the quality of questions are good, and explanations satisfactory.
I scored Q50 consistently in my Quant - I was scoring similar on GMAT prep and MGMAT platform, so I think this is fine and nothing to highlight
Joined: Jul 13, 2020
660 Q50 V29
710 Q50 V35
I was lucky enough to get GMAT club test subscription while i was attending a GMAT MBA spotlight webinar (now you know, there are many positives of attending a webinar).
The tests are very organized and helpful and abit tough too compared too actual level of GMAT. but that is what you need while practicing. Also, the solutions are there and you can ask your doubts very easily.
GMATClub have put great effort in keeping the feel same as that of GMAT exam and that is worth it.
(You should give it a try. You can also get 1 week trial subscription if you subscribe to their Youtube Channel)
Joined: Aug 16, 2020
710 Q46 V41
Definitely harder than the real thing, but I was able to manage a Q48 in my first attempt solely due to these tests.
Very good interface, good questions as well. Some are calculation intensive but totally worth it!
Solutions provided in the comment will provide ways of doing the question much better than you could've imagined.
Take as many of these as you can. Nothing to lose
Dont get too affected by the scores, they vary quite a bit, I haven't taken the verbal tests so cant comment about them, mostly stuck to official sources and got a V41 in second attempt