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July 05, 2017
AkshayKS21

Joined: May 02, 2016

Posts: 77

Kudos: 61

The test center is in weird location and building is difficult to locate if you are visiting that area for the first time.
The Center was good, Instructor was calm in explaining to me everything, he wished me good luck.
I got a corner seat and no one had the same appointment time so I was all alone in the cabin for 3.
AWA, IR and Quant went well. BUT in Verbal I clicked on submit for 16th question and exam hung. Called the instructor, he took good 5 minutes to arrange another PC. Although no time or question was lost, but that pushed me in panic mode which was hard to recover from.
Despite this, I will be retaking gmat in the same center.

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July 24, 2017
AkshayKS21

Joined: May 02, 2016

Posts: 77

Kudos: 61

Must have to get >Q48

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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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