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How to compare Kaplan test one another.

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Hi guys,

Like most of you I have been using Kaplan Tests and I have lernt tou use the score to measure my performance rather than take it as an absolute value. A Question though: Do you think the exercises you find in a test (e.g. number 1) change or they remain the same when you retake the same test later on? I mean is the score totally comparable with a previous score on the same test?

I would really appreciate any comment...CIAOOOOOOOOOO and Many thanks
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Kaplan uses a general question bank for all its tests. It's not as though Test #1 is easier than Test #2 or anything. But in general, if you retake each test a few times, you'll probably start to see some repeat problems, so your score may be less accurate. Anyway, don't worry too much about the Kaplan scores - they're lower than what you can probably expect on the real test. PowerPrep is the most accurate.

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