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  1. tmac11

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    I recently was given access to Princeton Review online material. I will be doing both PS & BS practice passages. However, based on searches I've done, the VR practice passages don't seem that beneficial. Is that the general consensus or not the norm based on your experiences? (Perhaps EK 101 is better?) Also, are TPR practice full-lengths good? I have Kaplan full-lengths and AAMC CBTs also so I 'm not sure whether PR CBTs would be more beneficial than Kaplan's. Thanks for your help.
     
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    TPR Verbal is considered generally harder than AAMCs and the real test. But they are good practice. Ditto for TPR Diagnostics.
     

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