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New post 01 Jun 2008, 12:53
Here is how I have performed on preptests. (PP = Powerprep, GP=Gmatprep)

PP#1: (49,44) 750 - Broke up in sections, did not do essays.
GP#1: (47,44) 730 - Did essays. First time I took test at 8:00 AM on a Saturday (like I will on real thing).
PP#2: (49,44) 750 - Broke up in sections, did not do essays.
GP#2: (49,45) 760 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM on a Saturday (like I will on real thing).
GP#1 (repeat): (49,45) 760 - 2 Repeats which I got wrong last time, I put correct answer for this time.
GP#2 (repeat): (49,42) 750 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM on Saturday. Several repeats
GP#1 (repeat): (49,47) 770 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM today. 3 Verbal repeats I got wrong last time, I put correct answer for this time.

I have two questions:
(1) Suggestions these next 6 days?
(2) What is your estimate of what my score will be, and can I get a 50 Q? I feel very close to it.


Thanks!
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New post 01 Jun 2008, 13:09
Hi Irishspring,
great looking practice scores. I won't predict a score, but I will say one thing. Watch out for those traps in Quant in the real thing. Try to check answers, especially early on.


All the best.
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New post 01 Jun 2008, 14:23
irishspring wrote:
Here is how I have performed on preptests. (PP = Powerprep, GP=Gmatprep)

PP#1: (49,44) 750 - Broke up in sections, did not do essays.
GP#1: (47,44) 730 - Did essays. First time I took test at 8:00 AM on a Saturday (like I will on real thing).
PP#2: (49,44) 750 - Broke up in sections, did not do essays.
GP#2: (49,45) 760 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM on a Saturday (like I will on real thing).
GP#1 (repeat): (49,45) 760 - 2 Repeats which I got wrong last time, I put correct answer for this time.
GP#2 (repeat): (49,42) 750 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM on Saturday. Several repeats
GP#1 (repeat): (49,47) 770 - Did essays. Took test at 8:00 AM today. 3 Verbal repeats I got wrong last time, I put correct answer for this time.

I have two questions:
(1) Suggestions these next 6 days?
(2) What is your estimate of what my score will be, and can I get a 50 Q? I feel very close to it.


Thanks!


Your scores are excellent.
can you please guide as to where one can download the PP ?
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New post 01 Jun 2008, 16:29
Hey Dynamo,
Im not sure if link still exists. But what I did was google 'powerprep'. It took a bit of searching, but I found forum where someone provided a link to download it.

The powerprep I have found has much easier math (however, the scoring is just as accurate). The verbal is pretty much the same level of difficult as GMATPREP.

For those who dont know Powerprep was the GMAT PREP equivalent 5 or so years ago when ETS, not Pearson Vue, administered the GMAT.
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New post 01 Jun 2008, 17:27
Here's a link where you can download pwerprep- http://www.gorillatestprep.com/
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