First off, before you take any practice exams off of the PR 2004 CDROM, realize that some of the problems are drawn from the book. Therefore, if you want a truely representative score, do not do the problems in the back of the book. I can't believe there is no disclaimer for this in the book - unbelievable.
Secondly, I took a Kaplan
practice test (the one that is at the end of the 2003 book). I find it odd that for all the talk of difficult Kaplan
quant, the problems on the PR test were actually more difficult. Has anyone taken the paper-based Kaplan
exam that appears in the back of the book? Is it as challenging as the CDROM tests? Thanks for your help.