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# How do my Practice scores project?

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Hi all new here,

I got a 610, for my first practice test (Pearson on-line). Then after a little bit of math studying (not too much), took the Kaplan diagnostic (paper and pencil, no essays) and got a 660. Anyone know how these scores project. I've read Kaplan's are harder than the real test but then I read that that's not the case anymore.

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19 Jul 2009, 15:31
hi can u send me the link for diagnostic test plzzz
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19 Jul 2009, 16:59
What do you mean? The test itself was at the Kaplan test site.

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19 Jul 2009, 22:57

Kaplan tests on CD are harder and are anywhere between 50 and 100 points under your real GMAT score. I am yet to see the change in their scoring algorithm. Paper and Pencil - not so sure.
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20 Jul 2009, 16:30
Thanks bb. Maybe it was because it was only my first test, but I thought that the Pearson test was a lot harder. Couple that with me doing research and finding that supposedly now Kaplan is a lot more realistic than before (i.e. easier), I was thinking that it may not be harder than the actual test. Either way, I hope that the 660, with Kaplan and studying on the side can get me a 700 at least. Then again the actual test with the pressure and all is a different animal.

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20 Jul 2009, 16:34
Interesting that the GMATPrep, projects lower (my 610 projects to a 590 as opposed to my 660 on the Kaplan projecting to a 740), yet I found it significantly harder than the Kaplan test. Once again, maybe the paper and pencil test was just easier than the CD is.

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