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# Kaplan is killing me.

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Director
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05 Dec 2003, 23:58
just at the moment when you start feeling good about the way your preparation is going, Kaplan comes from nowhere and ruins all the emotional-dedicated efforts.
I guess, time is the major constraint in getting kaplan's ques right. The designated clock is just not enuf for this test...man..! in a hurry you will get a bunch of wrong questions. Not to mention, difficult too. And at the end you see your score stumbled to 580.

what did I do wrong to these irate kaplan test makers? But, one thing I found espousing is that 'everyone here is in the same category--except a few'.

either way..I need to concerate on the preparation..not on Kaplan. But, yeah, I love giving its tests

...nothing is enough for it...

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06 Dec 2003, 12:25
That is the strategy to call you for a 2000 dollars prep course. Forget Kap and fo to PP and OG. 580 in kap is 650 in test. my guess.

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06 Dec 2003, 12:49
I think most people on this forum will agree that Kap's scores are purposely deflated, so your 580 is really a 650 or even a 670.
Also, I saw another post by someone who took the real GMAT that the "feel" of Kaplan questions is different than the real thing .. so dont worry...

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07 Dec 2003, 19:51
I agree...don't let the Kaplan score deflate you. Do the Powerprep and Princeton Review tests and you'll get a much better feel for how you're doing, score-wise.

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07 Dec 2003, 21:53
thanks for the inputs, guys.

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