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Where would I find FREE Gmat tests? Are there any good ones or is it better to just pay for one?

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New post 23 Oct 2006, 04:16
the gmatprep and the powerprep tests are free. powerprep is a bit too easy. gmatprep ok.

.. i bought the tests from gmac but they're also too easy. thinking of buying the challenges and maybe manhattan.
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New post 23 Oct 2006, 09:18
There is also a free one at http://www.review.com.

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What exactly is powerprep??

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Powerprep is the old version of the official practice tests, back when ETS administered the test. As of January 2006 Pearson Vue took over, and now the official tests are called GMATPrep.

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I've tried the sample exams and Powerprep is much easier than GMATprep. Does that mean the tests are harder now?
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New post 26 Oct 2006, 19:25
You can find another free one here ---> http://www.rnb-consult.ru/gas/index.php?ID=1

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New post 27 Oct 2006, 12:45
Dunno how old your version of Powerprep is, but the GMAT always seems to be getting harder.

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Why is Kaplan so easy but other GMAT study tools are so hard???

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New post 30 Oct 2006, 20:58
You're kidding, right??? It's the opposite!

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meander wrote:
You're kidding, right??? It's the opposite!


He's probably referring to the Kaplan "online" tests instead of the CDROM versions.

Truth is, Kaplan online tests (8) are very generous, typically inflating one's score by 50-60 points. I know this because I took their course last summer.

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New post 02 Nov 2006, 06:54
Hi All
i have started my preparation few weeks back and am planning to take full length tests now.
now , my doubt is that i bought a Princeton review book , but the site had no offer for my book :(, hence i could nt access their online tests
May i know is there any other alternative to access these online tests :?:
any cd available or so..

Thanks in advance
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New post 02 Nov 2006, 17:09
I think he is talking about 'Study Tools' not the tests.

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He's probably referring to the Kaplan "online" tests instead of the CDROM versions.

Truth is, Kaplan online tests (8) are very generous, typically inflating one's score by 50-60 points. I know this because I took their course last summer.

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