Good question! It's refreshing to see some verbal questions on the forums (I usually find threads on math).
I used them. They were decent. I think that you gain free access with the books (the Manhattan SC
guide provides the SC question bank, and so forth). If you want even more question practice, look into LSAT problems for CR (which is called LR in the LSAT world) and RC. The LSAT questions are generally considered more difficult. And for challenging SC questions, see here
Thanks for your reply.
I know about LSAT CR
and Brutal SC's but first I want to practise the standard material before moving on to the "extra" resources. Since you used the Verbal Questions from MGMAT Bank, you would be able to tell me :
Are the questions (all SC, CR and RC) similar to the GMAT in terms of Language and complexity ? (More complexity is ok but not less and definitely not out of scope questions)
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