Drilling Question-types

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bmathers

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Drilling Question-types

Postby bmathers » Wed Jul 06, 2016 6:50 pm

Hey, I always had the Q-bank with Kaplan to help me drill specific q-types (I.e. assumption, inference, s/w, etc). Now that I no longer have access to that for drilling, what do all of you do? Go through PTs and label each question type so you can find them to work on if you are iffy on a q-type? Or just drill with every question type within a section?

I have 30-40 unused PTs to practice with

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Re: Drilling Question-types

Postby Mikey » Wed Jul 06, 2016 6:57 pm

Powerscore has a by question type book that breaks them up into Q type and difficulty. Or you can label them/search for them yourself using something like 7sage's question bank to show you which questions are what in a PT.

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Re: Drilling Question-types

Postby bmathers » Wed Jul 06, 2016 7:07 pm

Thank you. What's the PS book called and how much $$? Thanks

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Re: Drilling Question-types

Postby Mikey » Wed Jul 06, 2016 7:22 pm

https://shop.powerscore.com/?action=pro ... 00O2WMiIAN

That's the 2nd one that uses questions from PT 21-40, but there is the 1st one that you can look around their site for that uses questions from PT 1-20. The first one I believe is like 50 bucks, while this one is 70.



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