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Would anyone recommend and order in which to take practice tests. I have Princeton, Kaplan, and GMATPrep. I am through the Princeton and Kaplan books and have just started on the OG. I want to start taking practice exams now and am wondering if there are any benefits to taking one before the others.

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Kaplan, Princeton, then save the GmatPrep for last. That should be the closest indicator of you score within 30 points + or -

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remember GMAT Prep is pretty much what your score is going to be so make sure that one is last

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for me gmatprep was a bit off.. i scored 690 on the first and 710 on the second. i ended up with a 640 on the real test. I think on the real test I might have flopped in verbal since I had been scoring in the 700 range for both Kaplan and GMATprep. Im going to take it again in a month and see how it compares again after i review

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New post 08 Nov 2006, 23:36
I suggest you take PR and Kaplan in pairs, i.e. 1 PR followed by 1 Kaplan.

PR is closer to the real thing. Kaplan is more difficult, but can be used as a tool to practice timing. What's more, if you only do Kaplans in a row, you may lost interest. You'll know what I mean when you start with Kap CAT.

Ya. Take GmatPrep at the end.

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