Real GRE: V510 Q790
PowerPrep: V430 Q720, V570 Q800
GRE Paper Tests (10th edition): V530 Q780, V530 Q800, V560 Q800, V610 Q800, V490 Q790, V580 Q800
Princeton Review: --
Many people ask this, so I've started a thread for it.
Please reply to this topic with your practice test scores. For example :
Real GRE: V710 Q780
PowerPrep: V650 Q700, V700 Q800
GRE Paper Tests: V740 Q800, V700 Q800
Kaplan: V600 Q650, V620 Q660
Princeton Review: V650 Q700
Thanks! I hope we get a lot of responses!
Edit: Please post ONLY your scores here. If you have other questions, please post them in the right place.
We will have to delete all off-topic posts. Thanks for helping!
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Real GRE: 510 - Verbal & 500 Quant
PowerPrep: 500 - Verbal & 540 - Quant, 550 - Verbal 450- Quant
GRE Big Book:: 400 - Verbal & 510 - Quant, 440 - Verbal & 450 - Quant. I took about 16 exams but I did not record all of my scores :o.
PaperTest GRE.org:: 510 - Verbal & 470 - Quant
*For some reason, I felt that PowerPrep Exam #2 was more difficult than Exam #1. Thus, PowerPrep #2 closely resembled my scores.
Hope this helps you guys out!
Real GRE: V650 Q780
PowerPrep: V720 Q720, V710 Q800
GRE Paper Tests: Took a lot of tests-got a range of scores from a minimum of V580 Q690 to a maximum of V740 Q780.
I reccomend ETS official guide 10th edition.It has 7 tests and I had a hard time doing them justice.
Kaplan CD tests:CAT1: V590 Q760 , CAT2:V590 Q730
I found Kaplan's tests to be phrased much differently from GRE powerprep and of a slightly higher difficulty level.
Princeton review paper tests: These were quite similiar to the official 10th edition.There was nothing remarkable abt them,except for their POE.
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