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# Any Reviews on 800score CAT Tests?

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18 Jan 2004, 07:37
Anyone out there with feedback on 800score CAT tests?

How did it compare to PP, PP and Kaplan in terms of predicting your final score?

Cheers!

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25 Jan 2004, 23:43
800score tests are good for practice - won't say a good predictor though. Most of these tests are available free on the net - from various sites - you will need to search so ! don't waste your money !!

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26 Jan 2004, 07:48
nothing to add. Agree with above.

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30 Jan 2004, 10:26
I am using 800score, KP and PR. First, I am not a high scorer, so my comment may not count for anything. Also I think the usefulness of those studying aids depends upon your expectation of your score and what specific areas you want to improve.

I think 800score is good in math practice and I dont have a 'good feel' on its verbals. Their verbal Qs do not have the 'same feel' as the real Gmat.

The kp is good overall but their RC & CR, IMHO, are more diffcult than the real ones, though the questions' style is similiar. I think SC Qs are about the same as the real gmat.

The PR's math i think is easier than the real gmat, but their Vs' styles or diffcult level I think are very close to the real test.

just my 2 cents!

*btw, currently i m scoring mid600s on PR and 800score and low600 on KP.
I have 2 months to go and am hoping to score a 690 - a median score for my dream school's Part time program.. i m still far from the objective. *need some prayers

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07 Feb 2004, 07:20
Old man

Best of Luck. I suggest that you also buy a Kaplan book and side by side practice with the Kaplan CD's. Do not take on too much material, but finish one by one. Kaplan - to really finish the CD will take more than a month of three hours daily.

Cheers and I hope you get much more than 690 !!

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25 Jul 2004, 23:54
anupag wrote:
800score tests are good for practice - won't say a good predictor though. Most of these tests are available free on the net - from various sites - you will need to search so ! don't waste your money !!

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26 Oct 2004, 07:14
My 2 cents :

I think this content is easier than the real gmat especially in math.
On the verbal side, many questions are awkward, notably CR.

I do not think it is worth to buy knowing that it is quite easy to find for free.

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# Any Reviews on 800score CAT Tests?

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