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PowerPrep [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2005, 21:53
Hallo everyone,

I am taking GMAT in 2 weeks time.

During registration to GMAT through MBA.com, it gave three options for PowerPrep:

i'll download it later
shipping by mail
express shipping

can i actually download the PowerPrep once i register? is it usefull? cause if i can't download it and request to get it by mail, i will probably get it after the exam !

thanks in advance guys
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2005, 22:44
You can request to receive a CD by mail and still download the software afterwards. I think anyone with access to mba.com can download their free stuff.

Here is the link to the PowerPrep:

http://www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT/Tool ... ftware.htm

I recommend that you do the first test at the start of your preparation (this will give you an indiciation of where you stand). After you have studied a little, do the second test, but do it before you start with the Official Guide, because many questions overlap and your eventual score will be distorted. This is just my opinion - there are plenty of posts on this forum, where people smarter than me have shared alternative plans. Read some of those before you make any plans.

This is a link to the new version of the PP, called GMATPrep. It's fancier and marks the transition of the exam to a new test administration company (Pearson VUE).

http://www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT/Limi ... ftware.htm

I haven't used this software yet, so I don't know if the questions overlap with the OG. Some people have mentioned that there are repeating questions.

The best piece of advice on my side: READ THIS FORUM AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!

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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2005, 11:44
GMATPrep has very little overlap with OG. Admittedly I had worked through about 75% of OG, but only recognzied 3-4 questions..
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