Kaplan Series 7 disks

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Mar 16, 2007 12:30 pm

Anyone use these to study for the 7? I have been using the STC study materials since January and have stopped learning anything new from taking the same questions over and over. Got my hands on the Kaplan disks. Guys in my office say that the questions are much harder and scores should be inflated by +/- 10 points.


Anyone else had the same experience? Just took 2 tests this AM and I must say they were harder then the STC tests but I think that was more a product of the different style in which the questions were written.

Mar 17, 2007 4:52 am
BrendanOC:

Anyone use these to study for the 7? I have been using the STC study materials since January and have stopped learning anything new from taking the same questions over and over. Got my hands on the Kaplan disks. Guys in my office say that the questions are much harder and scores should be inflated by +/- 10 points.


Anyone else had the same experience? Just took 2 tests this AM and I must say they were harder then the STC tests but I think that was more a product of the different style in which the questions were written.



If you have gone through all of the STC questions online "by topic" and you consistently score 94 or above, then take at least a week off (because you've probably memorized them,) then come back and go through them again, and then go take the test.  You'll easily pass the test.

The goal is to pass the test, not score 100 on it.

Mar 17, 2007 10:19 am

Try and get a hold of the PassPerfect Data Bank of questions. They will knock your socks off  and you'll learn a lot.

Mar 17, 2007 12:04 pm

Why not just TAKE the test?


The point of this whole process is to take the test, not "accumulate" test questions.


Take the test!


Get it over with!




Mar 17, 2007 3:24 pm

That's great advice