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kaplan/destroyer DAT quant vs (ACTUAL TEST?)

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by DDSDakoo, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. DDSDakoo

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    Ok,
    this question is directed at people who have used BOTH dat destroyer and the kaplan subject tests in Quantitative analysis and have taken the DAT.

    im taking the exam in a month. so im very weak in quant. however, there is a MAJOR discrepancy in the math that is in Kaplan subject tests and the math in the destroyer. from what i have seen-- math in the destroyer is a lot easier for me---the problems are a lot shorter and see overall "less" difficult than lets say for example a kaplan probability question.
    MY question to you all is:
    Was the REAL DAT's quant section more accurate a reflection of destroyer math or Kaplan Math subject tests in TERMS OF the following 3:
    structure/format/difficulty?
     
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  3. jjworld

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    I used both Destroyer and the Kaplan SUbject tests. Well...Actually, I took the DAT Kaplan course but did not use much of their Quantitative subject tests, because I thought they were harder than their online practice test problems (especially, word problems). And I took my DAT yesterday, I thought that it was similar to DAT destroyer math overall. (Structure, Format, and Difficulty)
    Know the different kinds of probability questions such as combination and permutation...etc, some trig formula, stats(Mean, STD) and basic algebra skills.
    I hope that helps :)
     
  4. leedizzal

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    Is the search button broken?


    Ive seen this question posted almost every single day!


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