Public review on Ross sample test..

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  1. ammarm

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    As some of you might already know that Ross introduced his new PAT tutorial videos along with some PAT qsns.. I was going through the sample test he has on his website and was wondering if anyone has tried it yet? what do you think about the type of questions? i thought the key holes were a little harder than Crack PAT.. i would like to get feedback from people who have taken the exam as well as those who have seen Ross's key hole qsns from his sample test; Are the key hole questions from Ross sample test comparable to the actual DAT? Secondly i did not understand the explanation to his key hole problems, they are actually even more confusing.. What do you guys think?
     
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  3. Riz0791

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    I also found the keyholes more difficult than that of cdp. It also took me longer than usual on each keyhole question as well.
     
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    I havent takin my dat yet... and i have tried test #1 and keyholes were much more tricky than CDP...I would love to hear some feedback about the comparison to the actual test too
     
  5. FROGGBUSTER

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    CDP keyholes are easier than actual.
     
  6. SEAirLand

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    I actually found the key holes to be trickier on the test than CDP. Everything was in line with CDP otherwise. If Ross's questions are harder than CDP, I would do them.

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