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Score Range Predictions? [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2004, 20:08
Guys

My history:
Kaplan 570, 580, 640, 600

PP#1: 710 (M45/V38)

Two weeks till exam date. Going to do a review one more time and take my last PP 3 days before the exam. Any advice for the last two weeks?

Do you think a 740+ is achievable with these stats?

I keep hearing how the quant got harder.....

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Jumbie,

It's certainly possible, but (and this is anecdotal, not statistically proven) most people I've seen who broke into the mid sevens were scoring low sevens (or at least high sixes) in Kaplan.

I know a lot of people hate Kaplan, but it seems to be a good barometer; you need to be doing very well on Kaplan math to get a 49-51 on the quant section of the actual test.

Now, if you're just kickass in verbal, you can probably throw what I said out the window, because 45+ verbal scores seem awfully rare.

The best gauge of your potential can probably be arrived at by taking a bunch of the real old paper tests.

In summary, I think you can do it, but it's not going to be easy.
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 [#permalink] New post 22 Jan 2004, 04:44
Thanks for the encouragement. I used to hate the Kaplan too. But after reading some of the posts here (only discovered this site recently, hopefully not too late!!!) I think Kap provides the most bullet proof training out there. I've spent the last couple days going through my corrections and addressing key weak points.

Additionally, I've been doing some LSAT CR and RCs which make the OG look like kindergarden in my opinion.

Any other tips out there for a last 2 week surge to test day? T-minus 14 & counting...
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