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23 Dec 2005, 16:46
Hello all:

I am very impressed with the forum as it seems to be very effective in helping particpants around the world!! Great job everyone...I am one of you and am preparing for my GMAT. I have a little over a month and have been off and on at preparing for the last 3 months..I am not doing very well in the sample tests on KAPLAN and am starting back with basics using Kaplan and Princeton. Hopefully I will be able to get my basics straight before I attempt another tess. I am ok with solving problems but the tests just brings me down. I find KAPLAN test are a lot harder than the excercises on the CD.

Anyways a short update on myself.

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23 Dec 2005, 17:09
Welcome!

Kaplan tests are not indicative of your potential score so don't let the scores bother you too much. The quant sections are good practice but verbal is not indicative.

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26 Dec 2005, 18:51
I agree; don't worry about your Kaplan scores. Your GMATPrep and PR test scores will be better indicators.

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