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I read a few answers here and it looks like the ETS book is really good. I have the PowerPrep CD too, BUT, a few days ago I tried the quantitative part. I didn't read the Math part of the book, i didn't take it seriously and I didn't put much of an effort in answering and calculating.
I got a 730/800 which in the new scale would be a 157 which in percentile would be a bit above 71.
Now I have three Universities in mind for a Ms in Forensic and they are John Jay College in NY, University of New Haven and George Washington in DC.
Only UNH asks for a Quantitative falling on or above 70 percentile and i managed to get it (if i made the right conversion using the tables) without worrying much and without thinking much, just out of curiosity.
A friend who took the test told me it was harder than the book so i was wondering, is the ETS book maybe too easy?