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This may help fellow candidates to choose the test center.
My last GMAT center was Compu'Train Amsterdam
Amsterdam, NLD. The place is located in a corporate park, near Bijlmer Arena close to ABN AMRO office. Little difficult to locate, as the buildings look identical, and most of the people working near by have no idea about it.
I must recommend to visit your test center location once before the exam, as I was quite panicked looking for it almost 45 min. and it will add to unnecessary stress before exam. Thank fully, the staff there was quite cooperative and understanding. The place is well lit, AC temp. was perfect, and absolutely no disturbance. They will assist you with ear plugs, scratch pad. The place has descent lockers, enough to accommodate a back pack and a bottle. The place has little refreshments and water kept outside in common area and washroom is close by, so you can get refreshed easily in 8 min time and can come back at desk. To add the place is close to metro station Biljmer Arena, so its well connected, just that you need to walk 10 min from station to this building, as I was not very sure, if the buses go exactly near this center, so preferred to walk.
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All the best!
I have used Manhattan tests for my last GMAT exam. Here goes the feedback -
I found the questions are good but very tough. Both Quant and Verbal questions are hard to solve. The questions need more time than avg of 1.5-2 min to solve in both sections, which was not the case with actual exam. If you practice these CATs you should end up scoring more on the real GMAT test than in the Manhattan tests. So MGMAT can act as a benchmark for improvement or as a morale breaker, depending on how you want to see it. There was +50 score difference between manhattan and original test for me.
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I have used GMAT club test package twice until now, and I must say they are too good for Maths practice. Level of Maths ques is much higher than actual, so its good for practice. If you are scoring 35-37 in Maths tests here, you can definitely hit score of 45-47 in actual exam. English ques. however i found tougher in actual tests than Gmat club verbal tests. Though both the tests are good to increase the speed and gauging the time. The solutions are good with detailed explanation, and separate tests for both verbal and maths helps one focus in a specific area as needed, w/o wasting time on both if not needed. I hope this helps. Good luck!