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# Old Powerprep Tests

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06 Oct 2004, 13:42
I am looking for the install executable for a power prep CAT test other than v30. I imagine previous editions will have some different questions. I plan to take the test for a second time (710 the first time).

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07 Oct 2004, 07:58
Two questions:

1. Why use such an old test? The GMAT's gotten harder and an older test probably won't have hard enough questions. If you need to retake, the new 2005 prep books are out, and the PR one at least has a lot of new questions over the previous one.

2. Why are you retaking a 710???

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07 Oct 2004, 08:22
i never thought of this, if you come accross them please post here. i would like them as well.

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07 Oct 2004, 14:22
Eddie, a 710 probably does not get me into Harvard. I have the work experience, GPA, etc. so I need to get my quant up. Also, the Kaplan / PR tests are considerably harder than the Power Prep and the real thing. The perfect tool would be the newest or a previous version of the actual power prep tests. Version 29 anyone?

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07 Oct 2004, 21:25
Since the scores are longitudinally comparable, the "old" ETS tests are still likely to provide more valid estimates of scores on new ETS tests than those provided by the fake tests.

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07 Oct 2004, 21:25
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