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October 17, 2016
nealz

Joined: Jun 18, 2015

Posts: 37

Kudos: 20

Self-reported Score:
650 Q50 V29

## Awesome Bundle for Practice and a set of 7 tests

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Veritas test have a good collection of questions, and it helps in predicting your current level of preparation. I have given 5 tests in Veritas and have constantly scored between 610 to 650 in them. The real thing gave me a score of 650. The tests seems to be a good gauge of one's ability (My ability currently is for 650 so can provide details for this level. I am not sure if the quality of the questions is good enough when one is hoping for 730+. Point to be noted is that I have maintained a constant score of 49, 50 and 51 in the Quant. For verbal my score fluctuates between 22 to 30). So one can definitely take this a good Gauge of Quant, Though for Verbal I am not qualified to comment yet. Will definitely do so once i exhaust the other two tests after I am done preparing for my second attempt. Nevertheless this package is having a good collection of questions for practice which comes free in the test bundle.
Overall it is a great deal to get the practice questions and 7 test all under 20\$.

November 01, 2017
Apichy

how can you get an offer of 7-test under 20\$?

November 23, 2017
jayesh99modi

right now these tests are available for 10\$

September 12, 2016
nealz

Joined: Jun 18, 2015

Posts: 37

Kudos: 20

Self-reported Score:
650 Q50 V29

## Holy Grail for Quant.

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I have given 14 Quant test yet and till this point of my journey in GMATCLUB I have found that every test is in itself a challenge.
The test is so designed that one gets to clear the basic of Quant and also one will be able to master the concepts at the same time. I have gone through the explanation by Bunuel and they are simply awesome.
In case someone is not clear of the explanation, they can simply go through the expert comments which either explain the provided solution in detail or offer a different solution which increases the scope of your understanding.

The only issue I find in the tests is that the concentration of the questions are more on a similar topic in one particular test(I have given 14 quant test yet- 12 more to go). For example only 2 questions I have seen yet which comes as the angle between clock problem, and only one question yet which is based on the odd days in a leap year or normal year. If the test questions are distributed evenly then it would help aspirants to cover each topic just by giving the tests.

I will definitely recommend the Quant practise questions from GMATCLUB as I am solely dependent on this as the one and only source.