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03 Apr 2005, 23:29
Hi All,

Are the 4 online PrincetonReview tests different from those available on PrincetonReview CD, which you get with book.

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09 Apr 2005, 06:27
They are the same ones. Please note that the real GMAT is much tougher than PR.

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16 Apr 2005, 04:27
mbassmbass04 wrote:
They are the same ones. Please note that the real GMAT is much tougher than PR.

Yes, I think Princeton book is not a good materials because it creates the questions whose level is too easy than that of real test. Only studying OG is a good way to crack GMAT. After all, OG is only a book including the retired questions and written by creater, ETS.

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16 Apr 2005, 07:08
I disagree with this. Try PR2005 CD as it has been much improved and I would even say that it is better than PowerPrep in terms of Quant. My PR2005CD experience has been very similar to my actual score. PR2005 will have perm/comb questions and bold face CR among the few questions in its question bank which neither PowerPrep nor any other CD has.
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