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30 Mar 2003, 02:19
I wonder what will be my score, only in Q part,
if my scores in the practice tests are:
Kaplan - 42
Crack - 34
Princeton - 40
Cambrige - 46
ETS - 38

What to expect?

Thanks!

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30 Mar 2003, 02:36
ronen wrote:
I wonder what will be my score, only in Q part,
if my scores in the practice tests are:
Kaplan - 42
Crack - 34
Princeton - 40
Cambrige - 46
ETS - 38

What to expect?

Thanks!

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31 Mar 2003, 08:37
Hi

I've already used all ETS tests (2) .

What is the "close to real" adaptive tests that I can use that can give me the cloest score to the score that I will get in the real test.

I have: Kaplan, Princeton and Crack.

Thanks!

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31 Mar 2003, 11:48
ronen wrote:
Hi

I've already used all ETS tests (2) .

What is the "close to real" adaptive tests that I can use that can give me the cloest score to the score that I will get in the real test.

I have: Kaplan, Princeton and Crack.

Thanks!

Actually, you have a pretty high Kaplan score. I am not sure why. I have used the Kaplan's CD for tests and the closest to the top I got was like 640 total. I kept running out of time on those things...

I think out of the whole list, 800-score may be the closest, but I have not used it. Some say it is somewhat comperable.

I would suggest, just work with Kaplan's though - the verbal is a little screwed up but you can switch fairly easily. I have never seen the Official Guide before I took the test, and studied using only Kaplan. I took one PP test before going to the ETS, and that's it. So, it is possible to switch from Kaplan's to Real GMAT. However, I wished I had a chance to peek into the OG. I missed one probability problem, for i was not prepared to see one...

Alternatively you can work with OG and take Kaplan Tests just for the test practice - to polish time management, etc.

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01 Apr 2003, 16:13
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I wished I had a chance to peek into the OG. I missed one probability problem, for i was not prepared to see one...

I took GMAT fairly recently (end of February) and had 3 probability problems. I think ETS is slowly trying to introduce more complex problems

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08 Apr 2003, 06:24
Finally! I'm after!

Was much eaiser then Kaplan and Princeton GMAT tests. I wish I have all the questions and aswers to review it.

Got 49 on my QA part and it's enough in my countery.

During the test I guess two question (One of them even not read).

The main problem during the test is the STRESS. I found my self fighting with one stupid question for 4 mintues and finally got it wrong.

Have fun

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