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# Should be in the GMAt strategy section but have no response

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25 Jan 2006, 23:03
Hey Guys,

I have my exam in 3 days and I just took a Kaplan test. Really disappointed with my verbal score. Specially RC. Do you know if the difficulty of the RC on the GMAT is as tough as that in Kaplan?

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26 Jan 2006, 08:19
Not sure about Pearson, but compared to the old Prometric GMAT, Kaplan Verbal was usually more difficult while Quantitative only covered the basics. Try taking a Manhattan or GMATPrep CAT to accurately gauge your standing.

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26 Jan 2006, 15:10
Thanks Mate. Appreciate it.

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26 Jan 2006, 16:02
Kaplan is definitely tougher than actual gmat RC. I found Kaplan RC on the same level, if not harder, than LSAT RC. So don't worry if you are weaker in that area through Kaplan.
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