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Old books VS new one?

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New post 01 Jan 2008, 10:14
I am international student and I would like to ask about edition of prep materials, I ve heard that old books irrelevant, however I do not think so, what do you think? is it true that they become irrelevant? you experience

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New post 01 Jan 2008, 11:25
Hi Mate,
not really, they are the same, let's say, Kaplan. every year they give the same intructions in their books but with a few of new tests and stuff. but no book becomes irrelevant in terms of intructions and explanations but practice questions.
good luck

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