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New post 11 Oct 2005, 14:58
How accurate is the Kaplan Diagnostic Test?
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New post 11 Oct 2005, 16:11
The diagnostic test is not a CAT, it's fixed questions. So its accuracy is limited in terms of scoring, because the questions don't get harder if you get a lot of questions right, nor do they get easier if you get questions wrong. It's most useful for identifying areas of weakness and sketching out a study plan; I wouldn't use the score as indicative of much.
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Thanks! My problem tends to be on the quant side. Just bought the official guide to get my game plan together. I only have about 7 weeks to prepare. :(
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No worries - you can make dramatic strides in 7 weeks. Just write yourself a study plan, focus on your error log, and nail the basic concepts down cold. You'll do just fine.
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