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20 Oct 2003, 18:00
I will be taking the GMAT for the first time next week, and want to know how similar the questions really are to the Kaplan and PR tests. I am doing well on the Kaplan, PR, and PP but am worried about the actual difficulty of the test. Please share your experiences with me. I am fine with the verbal, just need info on the Quant section.

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20 Oct 2003, 18:11
Whatever you do, don't panic in the quantitative section.

The adaptive format is designed to make you feel as though you bombed the section.

Just keep in mind, if you're getting hard questions, you're doing well. My questions got so hard that I started taking way too much time. I thought I totally bombed the quant because I had to guess on the last 10 questions, however, I managed to still score a 47.

From my perspective, if you're great at math, the quantitative questions will be much harder than what you'll see on Kaplan. Powerprep quantitative questions are way too easy.

Verbal isn't bad at all....and this comes from an engineer. Just take your time to get the first 10 questions correct.

Get enough rest the night before too.

Good luck and let us know how you did!
20 Oct 2003, 18:11
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