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Joined: Mar 25, 2014
740 Q49 V41 (Online)
When it is free? See it here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-club-tests-free-access-on-holidays-88231.html
I really like it, mainly the quantitative part. Verbal (as even GMAT Ninja says) is really hard to make something close to what GMAC does: each questions costs about $3000
(https://gmatclub.com/forum/that-official-gmat-question-might-cost-286098.html). GMAT Club, while it is incredible great, could not afford such a cost.
Conclusion: if you are low in quant it is an excellent choice. If your problem is pacing (timing), it might help you also! Do not use no officials to see how are you improving, as they might mislead you
Joined: Dec 28, 2016
I have found Gmat Club tests really useful when it comes to practising questions or attempting a full length mock . Quant questions are bit on the tougher side but then that prepares one for the real battle . I would say one can learn from each and every question irrespective of the difficulty level. Verbal too has got good questions on all the subsections ( CR,SC and RC) . I use to attempt verbal as a Mini test ,selecting sub section wherein i am facing more issues . I would recommend these tests to all whoever wants to up his or her game .
Joined: Oct 21, 2020
700 Q47 V40 (Online)
A little back ground about me, I am a commerce with math student who had basically left math behind her post highschool.
I have written the GMAT exam twice.
1st attempt - 640 (V35, Q42)
2nd attempt - 700 (V40, Q47)
I never thought I would get beyond Q45 ever, I was always traditionally weak in maths.
I would attribute my quant improvement completely to the GMAT club tests. I scored pretty poorly in the too in the range of 35 to 42. But thanks to GMAT club tests being a higher standard, my actual exam results came out well!
I did 1 test a day for almost a month before the exam. Helped me analyse my mistakes especially with the common pitfalls that GMAT test makers pop in there.
I recommend this to everyone who wants to alleviate their quant scores!
As for Verbal, I am not quite sure how good the tests are because I scored V45 on 2 different tests and was doing pretty well in the gmat club tests. This did not however translate into good score in the actual GMAT exam. Got V40.
All said and done!
Highly recommend for Quant!!
(Sorry for any typos that might come up!) :)
Joined: Jul 30, 2020
740 Q51 V39 (Online)
GMAT club tests help me work on my time management. There are only 6 official mocks so I didn't want to exhaust those mocks while experimenting on time strategy. The tests helped me fix that gap and get ready for the final test. I was able to work on time strategy with section orders with and without breaks etc. I would recommend taking these tests towards the last 25% of the practice duration to maximise the benefits from them. The scores in these tests varied a lot for me so I am not sure whether the change in time strategy was the reason or whether it was the type of questions being asked.
Joined: Nov 21, 2020
I found GMAT club tests to be very useful. Especially the quants tests. These tests cover all the topics comprehensively and are really helpful to anyone stuggling in quants. All the questions have detailed solutions as well, which helps you to understand the step you faultered in. Also, each question includes statistics that tells you how well you performed as compared to all those who attempted the respective question.
These tests also give you the chance to create customized quizzes. According to the areas you are weak in, you can create customized quizzes from the sections and subsections mentioned. There is also an option to select the difficulty level. Overall the tests are really good for practice.
Joined: Aug 01, 2017
I have tried the GMAT Club Quant tests and they have helped me develop in a very short period of time. GMAT Club quant tests include difficult questions that help move your quant abilities to the next level. I advise those who are looking to improve their quant level, especially those aspiring to get between 49 and 51, to pursue GMAT Club quant tests as their first and main choice. However, my experience was not as good with GMAT Club verbal tests as I saw they do not closely resemble the actual GMAT verbal section in terms of content, difficulty and grading.
Joined: Jul 02, 2017
GMAT CLUB quant tests are very good in quality and act as a great tool to check the preparedness for the D day; However, I believe they are tougher than the actual test.
In my opinion, the data set can be combined with a an improved algorithm to match the adaptive nature of the difficulty of the test, but overall questions are very thoughtfully crafted to test the core quant concepts. As one starts taking CATs, there will be ample opportunity to identify gaps, if any, in the preparation and go through core concepts in various threads provided in the explanations of each question.
The Verbal tests are fewer in number and I would rate them as average in terms of quality and overall resemblance to the actual test.
I would highly recommend every aspirant who is targeting 700+ to attempt GMAT CLUB CATS.
Joined: Dec 10, 2020
680 Q49 V34
The GMAT Club Quant CATs are of very high quality. It challenges someone who has his/her fundamentals strong. However, if you are someone whose math fundamentals are weak, you are going to struggle on these tests. So I suggest one puts these tests to use after familiarising oneself with the type of questions and concepts. Anything above a Q48 on these tests indicate that you are likely to score a Q49 or above on the actual test.
The verbal questions failed to impress me. There are quite a few low quality questions and the explanations for many are unclear.
Joined: Dec 19, 2020
650 Q47 V32
Gmat club tests are difficult than the original paper, helping you to gain confidence in your approach and improving your approach.
I would highly recommend Gmat club tests to anyone thinking not to only take the Gmat but also to score an amazing score in Gmat in a short period of time.
The answers explanation too are apt and updated regularly if any inconstancy is found.
Both Quant and Verbal are very helpful in making you a better match for gmat.
Thank you Gmat Club for being such a wonderful help and for being such an amazing mentor to this kid trying to ace the Gmat.
Joined: Jun 07, 2020
Not only the quality of questions in the GMAT club tests is top-notch, but the explanations too are simply the best. Each question comes with its own discussion forum, where some of the best experts in the industry share tips and tricks. This ensures that you are exposed to multiple methods to solve each question and as a result, better equipped to approach any problem in different ways. Small details like the formatting of the text, resizable test interface, relevant post-test analytics, and the customizable quiz mode, truly elevate the quality of this product.
Although not inadequate, the number of questions in the verbal section could be increased to match the number of questions in the quant section. Since both the sections are of equal importance in the final test, I don't see why there should be any disparity between the two sections.
All in all, these tests will genuinely help you in your test preparation journey and can potentially improve your score by a good margin.