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The OG questions are the most representative questions on the market.
In CR I saw an exact same question.
Work on timing, it is very important. I wasted precious minutes on questions I just couldn't calculate, and then had to rush on the rest of the exam (on Quant).
No matter how bad you feel it's going, do not cancel the scores. I thought math went very badly, because I was not getting increasingly difficult questions, and felt I missed a few questions, esp. since I guess on 3.
In math, near the end (28) the questions became easier. During the latter part of the test the questions weren't difficult but required a lot of calculations.
Standard Deviation - reinforcing what has already been said, I got a question in SD very similar to an OG question on that topic...so do review it. Probability didn't make it on my test, had a very simple "choose x out of y" question in comb.
Verbal - I was expecting a harder exam in verbal. The SC's didn't focus on idioms but rather on true grammatical errors. The CR's were OG level. The readong comps were OG level, less questions of course. These are the real time consumers, so time yourselves carefully.
Feel free to ask any more questions, and good luck to all.
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