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# 680 on Kaplan

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12 Jan 2013, 12:43
I got a 680 on the Kaplan free test...but it was really strange coz i got just 19 right in quant and about 25 right in verbal...i was expecting something around 630..I am very confused about its scoring and about how close Kaplan is to the real exam...Also Kaplan didnt provide me with individual section scores....it just gave me the percentage of the right questions...feeling very lost and i have my exam in 2 days

I would really grateful someone could could help me out
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12 Jan 2013, 13:22
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because kaplan (as far as we know) is more or less 50 points inflated in comparison with the gmatprep

50 points!!!!!...oh no!

no no sorry my fault.

I wanted to say that is 50 points tougher than real gmat

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12 Jan 2013, 13:07
because kaplan (as far as we know) is more or less 50 points inflated in comparison with the gmatprep
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12 Jan 2013, 13:12
carcass wrote:
because kaplan (as far as we know) is more or less 50 points inflated in comparison with the gmatprep

50 points!!!!!...oh no!
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12 Jan 2013, 14:26
carcass wrote:
006 wrote:
carcass wrote:
because kaplan (as far as we know) is more or less 50 points inflated in comparison with the gmatprep

50 points!!!!!...oh no!

no no sorry my fault.

I wanted to say that is 50 points tougher than real gmat

Go here to our gmat calculator 680 is 710 (about)

http://gmatclub.com/gmat-score-calculator/

Such a relief!!!...cant thank u enough
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12 Jan 2013, 17:17
Have you taken GMATPrep? If so, what did you score on it?
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13 Jan 2013, 11:21
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Have you taken GMATPrep? If so, what did you score on it?

I took Gmat prep 2 today and got a 650... and performed much better than I did on Kaplan...so i dont know how much I can trust Kaplan scoring
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13 Jan 2013, 14:53
I would say a 650 is right around where you will score, depending on how well you perform under pressure. Try getting a good night's sleep and relax. That will make a difference on test day.
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16 Jan 2013, 05:05
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I would say a 650 is right around where you will score, depending on how well you perform under pressure. Try getting a good night's sleep and relax. That will make a difference on test day.

Guess what..I got a 580 on the real one.. devastated!!.. couldnt get sleep the night before the exam....always managed a 35-37 on verbal but on the real exam I got a 28 ...I would suggest everyone to screw the OG coz it is bullshit...I dont even understand why GMAC would do that...OG questions are too darn easy and the real exam question are not even 5% of what the OG has...complete waste of time and money
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16 Jan 2013, 07:21
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commdiver wrote:
I would say a 650 is right around where you will score, depending on how well you perform under pressure. Try getting a good night's sleep and relax. That will make a difference on test day.

Guess what..I got a 580 on the real one.. devastated!!.. couldnt get sleep the night before the exam....always managed a 35-37 on verbal but on the real exam I got a 28 ...I would suggest everyone to screw the OG coz it is bullshit...I dont even understand why GMAC would do that...OG questions are too darn easy and the real exam question are not even 5% of what the OG has...complete waste of time and money

I'm pretty sure the OG is one of the best tools out there. It most closely mirrors the actual exam. Sorry to hear about your experience...keep your head up!
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