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New post 29 Oct 2007, 01:32
Hi Guys,

I am preparing for gmat. Have been doing for a while now but since I am working as well the prep goes on & off.

I wanted to know about the softwares available to give mocks. One is GMAT Prep and other is Power Prep.

Are the two different or same ??? Moreover I see ppl talk about 1000 SC,RC,CR questions. Are these 1000 ques in OG or its a different material altogether.

I would be glad if anyone can let me know. :)
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New post 29 Oct 2007, 02:01
Powerprep is the old gmat prep software designed by ETS (the previous vendor for GMAT).
GMATPrep is the new gmat software designed by, you guessed it, Pearson vue (the current vendor for GMAT).

In terms of difficulty: GMATPrep is slightly more challenging
In terms of getting used to the user interface: GMATPrep would be the most current since it's designed by the current vendor.

I would suggest you do powerprep to get a feel, and then GMATPrep. And if you're like most people, maybe you want to leave one GMATPrep test alone till the last few days as a final trial.

I have never used the 1000 questions, so I can't comment on that.
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New post 29 Oct 2007, 02:11
along with the above try mgmat tests online. one is free. then you will have to buy the other 5

get challenges for math. ask tino for help with it on gmatclub.
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New post 29 Oct 2007, 04:35
Thanks a lot guys. When I am well prepared I will try the MGMAT Tests. I couldnt get you Ravshonbek "get challenges for math. ask tino for help with it on gmatclub". :!:
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