Why are some prep tests called A,B,C instead of the numbers

kky215
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Why are some prep tests called A,B,C instead of the numbers

Postby kky215 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:59 pm

I know that this is truly an unnecessary question (or even stupid for that sake), but I sometimes wonder why the prep tests A, B, C and June 2007 deviate from the norm and are called that way, instead of the usual numeric designations (ex: pt 1, 2, 3.. etc).

I've also noticed that PT A, B, C (especially their LG sections) are unusually hard :'(

Can anyone answer?
I don't know why I am asking this.. but I am just being curious. :oops:

Kimikho
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Re: Why are some prep tests called A,B,C instead of the numbers

Postby Kimikho » Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:43 pm

Those PTs are actually the SuperPreps. They come in the SuperPrep book which provides all of the solutions.

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Re: Why are some prep tests called A,B,C instead of the numbers

Postby crestor » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:10 am

these are february tests that were alot harder than other pts in that range (at least I thought)




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