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# Kaplan - higher score

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18 Apr 2012, 03:32
Hi there!

I have Kaplan - Higher score on the GMAT. I think it is from 2006.
Is this edition a bit harder than the real GMAT test? It discouraged me a bit. It is tough.

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18 Apr 2012, 06:44
balkan wrote:
I think it is from 2006.

Do you have other resources for practice?. I think your book is outdated therefore you should not use it.
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18 Apr 2012, 07:26
hellscream wrote:
balkan wrote:
I think it is from 2006.

Do you have other resources for practice?. I think your book is outdated therefore you should not use it.

Manhattan GMAT - Set of 8 guides is my primary source.
When it comes to the tests - I don't have any other tests and from time to time I am checking some free resources on Internet. I also have Mcgraw-Hill book but the tests there seems to be way too easy.
Just to illustrate - my Kaplan result on the verbal part is something close to 50%, while on Mcgraw-Hill book I got only 6 mistakes from 41 questions.
There is something wrong...

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18 Apr 2012, 07:51
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balkan wrote:
hellscream wrote:
balkan wrote:
I think it is from 2006.

Do you have other resources for practice?. I think your book is outdated therefore you should not use it.

Manhattan GMAT - Set of 8 guides is my primary source.
When it comes to the tests - I don't have any other tests and from time to time I am checking some free resources on Internet. I also have Mcgraw-Hill book but the tests there seems to be way too easy.
Just to illustrate - my Kaplan result on the verbal part is something close to 50%, while on Mcgraw-Hill book I got only 6 mistakes from 41 questions.
There is something wrong...

I do not use MCgrawhill too ... I think that MGMAT + OG are enough. THere are many questions in our forum and you can challenge your skills by trying to solve them.
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29 Apr 2012, 22:25
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Hey Balkan, your study material is too old to help you survive in today’s competition. You should use some other resource like MGMAT or McGraw-Hill.

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30 Apr 2012, 05:50
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Just stick to the manhattan GMAT guides and the official guides . Everything else is just a waste o time in my opinion . I've gone through a lot of books - Princeton review , veritas , Kaplan etc . Nothing comes close to the MGMAT guides and the OGs

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30 Apr 2012, 06:03
georgepaul0071987 wrote:
Just stick to the manhattan GMAT guides and the official guides . Everything else is just a waste o time in my opinion . I've gone through a lot of books - Princeton review , veritas , Kaplan etc . Nothing comes close to the MGMAT guides and the OGs

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I will do that. Thank you!

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