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GMAT TestPrep [#permalink] New post 16 Apr 2007, 21:19
I took the first test...can i take it again with different questions? is it truly adaptive if i do it again? or do i have to re-install it?
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2007, 00:31
it is adaptive. u'll get some new questions along with the old ones.
More than half will be the old ones, unless you perform very differently from your previous attempt.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2007, 06:24
Don't waste the GMATPrep like that. Use it wisely.
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GMAT prep [#permalink] New post 03 May 2007, 12:51
kidderek wrote:
Don't waste the GMATPrep like that. Use it wisely.


I wouldn't worry about wasting it too much.
If you were performing at a 600, and your level is now at a 700, most of your questions will be new anyways. Only when your skill set plateaued is when the practice with this CAT loses its effectiveness since many questions will repeat.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 May 2007, 21:26
Yeah I agree take it only when you are confident in your skills. Use it wisely.
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Re: GMAT prep [#permalink] New post 04 May 2007, 05:35
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kidderek wrote:
Don't waste the GMATPrep like that. Use it wisely.


I wouldn't worry about wasting it too much.
If you were performing at a 600, and your level is now at a 700, most of your questions will be new anyways. Only when your skill set plateaued is when the practice with this CAT loses its effectiveness since many questions will repeat.


Don't be silly. You will see repeat questions within a 100 point range. As I said before, treat the GMATPrep like gold. Take the GMATPrep as you would the real GMAT.
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