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# Which CATS are most accurate?

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29 Nov 2006, 22:25
Hi all,

In what order do the following CATS give a good indication of the score you will get in the GMAT?

GMAT powerprep
kaplan
princeton review
800.score
manhatten

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30 Nov 2006, 06:38
1) GMATPrep
2) Princeton Review
3-4) Didn't take Manhattan or 800score tests, dunno
5) Kaplan

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02 Dec 2006, 03:42
GMATprep is EXTREMELY accurate and similar to real test. Besides, it gives you a very close prediction of your real score. I got 760 and 770 on GMATpreps, then made 760 on a real test.

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02 Dec 2006, 17:15
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Priceton Review is not very accurate. I got a much higher score than the actual test.

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02 Dec 2006, 17:15
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