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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 pkothari 1 0

Gmat club tests are most reliable tests.Quant tests are a must for anyone targeting 48 and above.It is very useful to learn/approach advanced questions and to refine one's skills and pacing.The explanations for each of the questions and the technique is super. The type of questions matches those of the actual GMAT.Moreover explanations provided makes it possible to solve any 700+ question in under 2 minutes.

They also provide difficulty level of questions where you went wrong in Results.Performance analysis and various different data helps to improve our score and concentrate on weaker areas.
It will be really helpful if we were provided full length mock exams in addition to Quant & verbal tests!.

I would recommend the gmatclub tests for one's preparation towards the GMAT.

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GMAT Club Tests - A must
September 07 | 2017
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     By gmat_India 21 5

When I took the first GMAT Club Quants Tests, I scored a mere 44. I realised that achieving a 50-51 on Quants is not just about being strong in Maths. GMAT Club Tests test you on the most difficult areas and prepare you for the worst of the situations. GMATClub Tests helped me move from a 44 on mocks to a 50 on real GMAT If anyone plans to score north of 50 on quants, GMAT CLUB tests are a must. Don't be disheartened by the low scores on the GMATClub Tests. The explanation given for each question is flawless and helps to clear the concepts. The average score on GMATClub Tests is the actual measure of the scores on the real test.

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     By anantharaman 2 0

I would highly recommend gmat club tests to everyone before appearing for the main exam where you can get hold of the latest /old questions from previous gmat papers. Gives a good analysis of your performance and which particular areas candidate is under performing. Also a deep analysis on how your peers performed on the same questions and in what time to get a better grasp of your own performance when compared to others. There are two modes a study mode and exam mode for each of verbal and quant. A candidate can choose his modes according to his comfort and can move forward accordingly. It also contains charts and graphs which gives an in depth analysis of your performance .

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Awesome tests
September 05 | 2017
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     By surya444 0 0

Really like the tests. For math, you would not have to practice separately as these tests are more than sufficient. The tests cover all the important concepts starting from basics to 700+ standard questions. Personally I feel, this should be a good start for the whole test prep. The interface is also really good and more or less gives you the feel of the actual gmat exam. For this reason, I would definitely recommend taking these tests to start your test prep.

More tests in Verbal section would have been useful. Only 8 tests are available and i felt this is a little less.

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Amazing quant tests
September 03 | 2017
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     By sangala 0 0

I got the gmat club tests along with the e-gmat course. I used to make sure i take one quant test every 2 weeks during my prep. I did not touch the verbal tests to be honest (since I had a lot of stuff to cover for verbal anyway).

I was pretty confident about my quant skills and used gmat club tests to cover any cracks in my math concepts. I used to score on an avg of Q50 in my gmat club quant tests.

I would say dont worry about the score too much, but make sure you spend enough time reviewing your mistakes.

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     By praveen8047 29 20

First of all, thanks BB & Team for creating such a great community to help everyone out there in the GMAT world.

I must say that QA Section of GMAT Club Test are really good - both the questions as well as the explanations by the moderators. It helped me in achieving a score of 50 in my first attempt. My verified score can be seen under my profile.

But I really feel that explanations in verbal section can be improved further. Many times, when I was looking for the explanation, I saw only this "Awkward Construction". Being a non-native English speaker, I need to understand each and every bit of the explanation. I personally feel that the kind of explanation that Bunuel gives for QA questions, Daagh is someone who do the same kind of work in VA.
Still, I would like to thank GMAT CLUB Community which gave me enough encouragement for my next attempt.
I have prepared day in - day out for my second attempt which is scheduled in the 2nd week of Sep-2017.

Thanks all!

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Most useful for quant
September 02 | 2017
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     By aanch24 0 0

I wish I had discovered these tests right at the beginning of my preparation. The quality of the questions for the 26 quant tests is unmatched . These tests give the best return on investment. The questions as such are not as tough and do not involve lots of lengthy calculations like those on Manhattan tests, but all the questions are super tricky and challenging. I sometimes felt too frustrated when I did not fare well in quite a lot of these tests, but my failures and diligence to improve on the subsequent tests prepared me for the real thing. On a good day, I scored anywhere from 44-50 on these tests and I scored Q49 on the real thing. However, at times (several of them) I could not even cross 30. So my advice is that do not feel disheartened during the first few quant tests if you do not score decently, but continue to learn from your mistakes and you will surely see the difference later.

Verbal Review: The verbal tests were not bad, I attempted them all. I used them as additional material to challenge myself with verbal logic. However, the underlying logic in the questions (especially SC) was not at all similar to the questions on the real GMAT. I could hardly cross V30 on any of the verbal tests, except a couple of them. I got V41 on the real thing. So I would advice you to not rely so much on the Verbal tests.

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Great Tests
September 02 | 2017
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     By Sachin07 24 8

I got subscription of GMAT Club test when I purchased the e-gmat course.The CATs seem to be really good and among both the sections I really feel that the quant section is a bit harder than the actual test but that is always better.The answer explanation to each question is so elaborative.With GMAT Club test I have been able to improve in areas like combinatorics and absolute values.Since I scored aQ46 on my last GMAT test,I am looking forward to improve my quant score to Q50-51.
Personally I would recommend GCTs to anyone who is looking forward to score a Q51 in quant.

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GMAT Club Quant Tests
September 02 | 2017
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     By e1414 4 5

Overall, the quantitative tests provided are a great resource. I was really struggling with Quant - finishing around the 50th percentile every test (with a 42V for reference).

I started taking GMAT Club's quant tests and started noticing a difference. These tests will help you prepare for the test, and they will help you improve your score, definitely.

Only reason that I did not give a 5 star review: the quant tests provided are substantially more difficult than the tests that anybody will face on the actual test. I understand the logic behind that, but some questions/sets are just pointless to even face.

Still a great way to prepare.

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Best in the business !
September 01 | 2017
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     By freekyguy007 4 5

[Quant tests review]

For Gmat quant, you do not need any extra practice besides what the GMAT club tests provide. You will get upwards of 25 tests that are more than ample practice. In addition, you also get super useful analysis( weak areas, timing, how others are performing). My weak sections were inequalities and absolute values.

Deep diving, I would also say that the 600 level questions are more like 680-690 level. Extremely useful practice. No prep provider comes close. The questions generally are on the tougher side. Questions here test 2-3 concepts per question whereas the real GMAT/GMAT prep tests 1-2 concepts per question.
The real learning lies in 700 level questions. Quite a few questions are of the >750 level. Questions are pure class. A lot of thinking has gone behind each question.

Long story short, do all the tests, analyse each question, repeat till the concepts are 2nd nature and a score of >Q48 is assured. Put in alittle more effort a score of Q50-51 would not look so difficult.

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