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kaplan topical test PDF xword?

Discussion in 'MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test' started by jhk43, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. jhk43

    jhk43 Senior Member
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    anyone know the xword for printing em?
     
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    ASDIC The 9th Flotilla
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    try printing them out using Ghostscript or GSView or you can bypass their encryption using Adobe Acrobat Standard.
     
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    Hi. I had the same problem, and I'm taking the Kaplan course right now. Your problem is your version of Adobe. You need 6.0. Just go to the adobe website (www.adobe.com) and download it, as it's free. You won't be able to download the non-Kaplan tests, but you can get the explanations and the other ones using adobe 6.
    Ah, and a hint at downloading Topical Tests- Just download explanations, as it prints the entire test and the explanations with it. It'll save you a little bit of money if you're printing at school.
    Other than that, the full-lengths are separate from explanations.
    Hope that helps.
    Cheers,
    Nic
     
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