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Kaplan [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2006, 22:41
Need some help folks,

I'm getting my @%$ kicked on the Kaplan exams. My test date is next week and I would like to know the best use of my time. I plan on taking my second GMATprep this weekend, two days before my actual test but don't know what I should do before that. I could take more Kaplan tests which are killing my confidence or retake my MGMAT practice tests which I don't remember at this point. Any suggestions?
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2006, 05:02
There really should be a sticky post on this. Kaplan's tests are notoriously hard and the scores are nowhere near what you're really capable of.

Don't keep taking those tests. Did you do all of the GMATPrep and Princeton Review tests? Those are the best ones. Both are adaptive like the real thing. I don't know if Manhattan GMAT tests are, but it would probably be more useful to do completely new tests that are adaptive than to redo tests you've already gone through. You'll be surprised at what you remember!
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2006, 08:06
I have a princenton review test which I've never taken. I'll do that and stope the retakes.
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2006, 10:46
govinam wrote:
I have a princenton review test which I've never taken. I'll do that and stope the retakes.


Do the Kaplan for practice, do the Princeton, and attack the GMATPrep leading up to test day. Good Luck!
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