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12 Mar 2005, 19:51
How should I take the paper tests? Should I follow any sequence in taking these tests or just start from anyone?
All suggestions are most welcome...

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12 Mar 2005, 20:27
One more question:
Are PR2005 tests' questions same as that of PR2004 tests?

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13 Mar 2005, 01:08
no particular order. One suggestion though is that when you do Math, the time you save PS, add it to your DS time. DS problems usually take a bit more time and this assumes that you start each test's math section with PS first. Do the same for verbal and the time you save on SC(usually faster), use it for CR or RC.
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13 Mar 2005, 06:55
jpv wrote:
One more question:
Are PR2005 tests' questions same as that of PR2004 tests?

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13 Mar 2005, 14:42
I would say some questions do repeat. However, you do have a lot of new questions in the 2005 version, especially for math combination/probability questions and BF CR verbal questions. As for RC, they don't repeat and there are many new ones. SC questions will now be underlined which is great compared to the 2004 non-underlined ones.
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