mrb wrote:Yes, those classes are fine. Do something like that again next semester, and if you can take some graduate classes too, do that.
I think the difficulty of those practice tests is comparable to the actual test, although I haven't looked at them in months. Except that I do remember thinking about the real test that it had more lengthy computations than the practice tests. You want to be at a point where you look at the test and the questions mostly seem really trivial, because ultimately they are pretty simple. The problem is (for me, and I think for others), the test can still be difficult even though the questions are easy, because of time. I am pretty slow, and changing gears from one question to another is hard for me. Actually I was surprised during the real test, even though I had practiced with a timer, how fast time snuck up on me, and I had to leave quite a few questions blank. I got a 740 on the test (74 percentile).
speedychaos4 wrote:Thanks for the info mrb, it really points out a way for me.
btw, have you ever tried the practice sets by REA? I did two of them today, but just got a little bit more than half of the raw score, kinda depressed right now, I'm afraid that this will happen to me during the real one.