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Difference: Qbook v Qbank?

Discussion in 'Step I' started by icefan, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. icefan

    icefan Junior Member

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    Hi everyone,
    Just wondering-- does Qbook have additional questions that are not on Qbank, (ie: if I do Qbook, am I just doing a paper-and-pencil version of questions that are already on Qbank)?


    I tried searing for this but couldn't find an answer otherwise...
    I'd love any reply-- thanks!
    :)
     
  2. lord_jeebus

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    Most QBook questions are unique and not found in QBank. I saw a few that I thought were very similar, but they do not prevent QBook from being a good buy.
     
  3. Pollicis

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    I have completed QBook and have done about 30% of QBank. So far, I think I've seen about 5 questions that are in both.
     
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  4. donuthead

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    What edition Qbook is everybody using? When you sign up for one of kaplan's services, they give you the 2004 qbook edition with white cover that says "not for resale". however, barnes and noble also sells a different qbook , one that seems to be published every year, as recent as august 2006. does anybody know if the content is different from these qbooks?
     

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