Archive for July, 2005

Patent Bar Simulators Facelift Complete

Sunday, July 10th, 2005

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 1.4 of CATPrep’s Patent Bar Simulator software. This new release includes many performance and user-interface enhancements. We encourage all users and distributors to upgrade to our newest release immediately.
In addition to our cross-platform offerings, a newly packaged Patent Bar setup program for Windows is also now available

GMAT Success Story

Thursday, July 7th, 2005

Congratulations to Xia Qi Xing for his outstanding performance on the GMAT! As shown on his score report here, Xia raised his total score 110 points and earned an official GMAT score of 750 with a 6 month study regime built around our GMAT Simulator.

Customer Query: How can I review my unanswered questions?

Wednesday, July 6th, 2005

“I completed a simulated session using question pool #1 but time expired during my quantitative section and I did not reach the final three questions. When I click on any of these questions during a review session I don’t see a question or the answer. Please tell me how to review questions that I left unanswered.” –S. V.

This is a point of confusion for many test takers and you must understand a little about adaptive examinations in order to appreciate the answer. Our simulator selects your next question from a pool of available questions in an adaptive manner, just like the actual GMAT. After you complete a GMAT session, there are still many questions remaining in the question pool that were never presented to you and that you will never see.

This is a fundamental principle of an adaptive exam and it is the reason there is nothing to review for “unanswered questions.” If you do not complete a section due to time constraints, your “unanswered questions” are not only not answered, they are in fact not even selected from the pool.