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Re-using GMATPrep Software? Can it be done? [#permalink]
06 Apr 2006, 12:57
Is there a way to "reset" the GMATPrep software so that it gives you new questions? I heard that re-installing it does this, but I don't want to do it unless it works (or else I loose the ability to review my mistakes).
I just took the second exam and I'm shocked at my score:
So this is GUARANTEED? You've done this for sure? I'm down to 1 more test, and a little over a week to go. I'd like my remaining tests to be as close as possible. So it would be nice if I had real Power Prep tests.
You know, while we're discussing it, what have people found to be the MOST accurate predictor of their score on the real thing? I've been thinking it would be PowerPrep/GMATPrep, but just want to see what other people think. Not enough people have put their information into the "score predictor" tool for me to have any idea.
FWIW, I got a 750 on GMAT Prep Test 1, 730 on the Princeton Review online exam, a 680 and 730 on two of the Manhattan GMAT tests, and a 750 and 700 on two of the old paper exams.
You may not have to uninstall - I took PowerPrep Test 1 twice - and got completely different questions. Then again - I had practiced a lot in between - maybe i was getting different questions because I was at a higher level...
Even if you reinstall it IS the same question bank so you likely will see repeats. Have you taken other tests as well? There are 4 on the PR CD, dunno how many on Kaplan, and if you can find the old Powerprep tests, there's two more. Better than retaking ones you've already done.
To the other poster...Powerprep tests were the official ones when ETS was administering the test, but Pearson Vue took over January 1, so now the official practice tests are called GMATPrep. They are different so look for the link in this forum to the old Powerprep ones.
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