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Re: Kaplan Practice Tests - always the same?

Postby ConsideringLawSchool » Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:32 pm

eskimo wrote:Throughout the year, Kaplan holds (free) practice tests at my university. I took one in the fall, and will take one at the next event in two weeks. If any of you have taken more than one Kaplan practice exam at your university, was it the same exam each time? In the fall it was PT 36.

Also, if it's going to be the same one, do you think I could bring a PT of my own to take advantage of the timed/proctored exam with all the distractions?

Thanks!


It is always the same; yes, you can bring your own test. They won't score it for you then, but you are welcome to sit in the proctored setting

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Re: Kaplan Practice Tests - always the same?

Postby Dany » Wed Feb 03, 2010 4:19 pm

Thanks so much! I'll just bring one of my PTs, take it proctored, and grade it myself. :)




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