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Oat practice tests

Discussion in 'OAT Discussions' started by Ballaaxx, Aug 4, 2015.

  1. Ballaaxx

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    i rescheduled to take the OAT in a month. I have read a lot of the material but I feel I need to read more in depth and really hardcore memorize. I have not done any practice test so this is another reason I rescheduled. Do the practice tests help? As far as concepts and what to expect? There is A LOT to study!
     
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  3. Meeehai

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    Yes. A big part of performing well on any standardized exam is becoming very accustomed to how it's structured so there are no surprises on test day.
     
  4. Ballaaxx

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    Yes, but as far as content goes. I feel like I am reading alot of information. Will the questions (concepts/information) on practice tests reflect those on the actual oat?
     
  5. Meeehai

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    Everything included in your study materials is fair game, but there are high yield and low yield topics. A good comprehensive prep book like Kaplan will give you information about which topics show up more than others. Yes, practice tests are made for the purpose of mimicking a real test experience.
     

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