With that Kaplan
score, you may already be in your target range of 600-650. Kaplan
's test is more difficult, and its scoring methodology is less forgiving. People usually score anywhere between 30-140 points more on the real deal.
is helpful, but if you haven't spent time going through the PowerPrep materials (CATS and practice sections), I would concentrate on the latter.
messed up when they decided to include problems on their CAT tests that come right out of their book (without notifying the customer first). This made their CAT tests less representative (I had already seen some of the problems). I believe that PR's questions more closely mimic ETS questions than do Kaplan
's. However, Kaplan
's higher difficulty is advantageous if you are focusing on scoring above 700.