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14 May 2005, 18:08
Here is the scenario:
Q: I get 35 out of 37 with Q#13 and Q32 wrong
V: I get 37 out of 41 with Q#2, Q25, Q35 and Q41 wrong.
Is a break down of Q:47 and V:44 a right guestimate?

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15 May 2005, 00:46
I'm not an expert, but feel that 47 for Q is low, in my powerprep got 50 with 3 errors (not in the first 15 questions)

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15 May 2005, 15:53
raviatreya,

Did you have that pattern of correct answers on an ETS test?

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16 May 2005, 09:49
No. It was a Kaplan test.

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17 May 2005, 16:12
I think I am in very good company when in saying that one should not take the Kaplan scores too seriously- they can be useful practice but the scores are often underpredict one's ETS scores.

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18 May 2005, 13:18
I agree with Hjort...Kap tests make good practise tests but their scores can really bring you down...ignore them!

cheers

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18 May 2005, 18:54
luminos24 wrote:
I agree with Hjort...Kap tests make good practise tests but their scores can really bring you down...ignore them!

cheers

Strange...I scored higher on my Kaplan practice test online than I did on either of the two PowerPreps...

I guess there are exceptions.

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19 May 2005, 12:29
Yeah, that is a bit unusual.

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19 May 2005, 12:29
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