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21 May 2005, 13:50
1. Are they worth doing? I just did the first set of problem solving and they seem to be too easy compare to the questions I've encountered in KP/PR/GMAT club.

2. Are the questions going to collid with those of PowerPrep CATs?

3. Are the questions picked from the OG?

4. Do I have grammatical errors in my first three sentences!? j/k
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22 May 2005, 19:23
>1. Are they worth doing? I just did the first set of problem solving and they seem to be too easy compare to the questions I've encountered in KP/PR/GMAT club.

I envy you. I think you are all set for GMAT if they seem easy to you.

>2. Are the questions going to collid with those of PowerPrep CATs?

Of course, PP draws questions from OG's pool of questions

>3. Are the questions picked from the OG?
See above
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23 May 2005, 05:17
The truth is, I'm far from being set. I was just curious because I got all but one questions right on my first problem solving practice set. After the encouragement, my hope was demolished by getting a 560 on my PowerPrep Test 1... After 3 monthes of preperation, I'm dooooooomed....
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23 May 2005, 12:31
Hmm, interesting.

In this case, you definitely need to go thru OG. In my first post I made an assumption that in your practice set you were faced with a set of representative OG problems.

I face a similar kind of dilemma. People usually get much higher PP scores than Kaplan scores. I scored almost the same on Kaplan paper and both PP's (before OG).
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25 May 2005, 09:50
Yeah, my Kaplan paper test was only 20 points lower than my PowerPrep score. I took a honest evaluation of my PP performance and I think it could very possibly be my stamina that I need to work on. I find myself losing focus and "choking" <- (hate to use that term 'cause I was a John Starks fan) in the practice exam. Anyways, I'll try to take some more practice tests and see what happens. Good luck to you Sparky, may we both one day join the 700 club.
25 May 2005, 09:50
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