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Hi everybody . I already took the 2 tests in the new version of the GMAT Prep software during preparation for my first attempt , so in order to avoid score inflation while testing myself this time I downloaded the old version of the software to take its two tests replacing the issue essay with 12 IR prompts from the Veritas free Q bank . Is this OK? I intend to treat the 2 tests I already took with the new version as an extra bunch of questions to be reviewed .
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Hi everybody . I already took the 2 tests in the new version of the GMAT Prep software during preparation for my first attempt , so in order to avoid score inflation while testing myself this time I downloaded the old version of the software to take its two tests replacing the issue essay with 12 IR prompts from the Veritas free Q bank . Is this OK? I intend to treat the 2 tests I already took with the new version as an extra bunch of questions to be reviewed .


Hi TheNona,

You may still find a few questions that you have already seen in the latest version of GMATPrep software, but it will surely be a good way to practice and you will find a lot of new questions. To be safe, you can consider an inflation of around +20 - 30 points in your overall score.

Hope this helps,

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Vercules wrote:
TheNona wrote:
Hi everybody . I already took the 2 tests in the new version of the GMAT Prep software during preparation for my first attempt , so in order to avoid score inflation while testing myself this time I downloaded the old version of the software to take its two tests replacing the issue essay with 12 IR prompts from the Veritas free Q bank . Is this OK? I intend to treat the 2 tests I already took with the new version as an extra bunch of questions to be reviewed .


Hi TheNona,

You may still find a few questions that you have already seen in the latest version of GMATPrep software, but it will surely be a good way to practice and you will find a lot of new questions. To be safe, you can consider an inflation of around +20 - 30 points in your overall score.

Hope this helps,

Vercules


Great advice , thank you :)
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