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Guys ,
After finishing OG-12 and Kaplan 800 , I thought of going for 1000CR , but the questions here are really of different kind . Are they even along GMAT lines....??
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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 01:51
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After finishing OG-12 and Kaplan 800 , I thought of going for 1000CR , but the questions here are really of different kind . Are they even along GMAT lines....??


There may be some decent questions in the 1000CR series, but I agree with your general assessment - overall, they're not representative of GMAT questions. The same goes for the 1000SC series (which, at least based on many of the questions that I've seen, contains numerous mistakes).

So, I'd look for better sources of questions.
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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 02:00
Can you suggest me some options which are "GMAT" centric , given the fact that I am finished OG and Kaplan.
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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 03:17
How about the OG verbal review?

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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 03:21
hmmm...I will go for OG verbal review....Tnx.
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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 08:43
If you have time to spare, I will definitely advise you to go for the 1000CR questions.
It will help you prepare for actual GMAT questions by making you accustomed to more wordy questions.

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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 10:32
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If you have time to spare, I will definitely advise you to go for the 1000CR questions.
It will help you prepare for actual GMAT questions by making you accustomed to more wordy questions.

PS: Personal Opinion

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Alternatively, it will confuse you by preparing you for questions unlike anything you're likely to see on the actual GMAT!
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Re: 1000CR : is it worth trying [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 10:36
Do the LSAT CR questions. They may be tougher than actual GMAT, but will prepare you much better to handle the subtleties required to be mastered to score well into the 90s percentile in verbal section.
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