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For those of you who scored good.. [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 11:34
For those of you who scored high, say from 650-700+, how many of you guys felt you would score what you did during the test?

In another word, was it a surprise when you saw your score?
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2004, 13:20
In my case, i wasnt surprised. it depends on how familiar you are with the Powerprep tests. generally, if you take the powerprep tests, you will get a good idea of the real test experience.

Usually in math, you might have a good idea about how you did. but in verbal, uh-uh, its very hard to tell. I have known many guys who just could not beleive their verbal scores. Most of the times, in verbal, it is often a close call between two choices; three or four questions like that and you are left unsure of where you are.

My advice is to relax and take it ONE question at a time. concentrate on that question only. let the scoring algorithm worry about the score

we have a lot of tips and stuff on how to manage time and how to keep your cool. just check out the website.

hope this helps

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