OG. Real test questions are the most effective way to study.
Glad to hear that. I've definitely gotten some value out of the gmat club challenges
, but in the end, not as much as I had hoped. I take the test on May 5th, and I've mostly been in the 25 correct area on the gmat club tests
. I find them to be discouraging and the explanations inadequate. Meanwhile, I do quite well the OG.
Meddling Kid, I took the GMAT back in January, and my biggest regret was not taking enough CATs in the couple days before the test. When you sit down to take the real deal, you want to be really comfortable with the pacing it is going to require. I actually got thrown off by running out of time on the last essay, which froze me for the beginning of quant.
I also got a lot of "how to express the equation in a different way" questions, and at the end of the day realized "before I can get to the hard questions that I've learned how to do, I've got to get through the fundamentals first." Now I feel like I've got algebra and quadratics down a lot better, and think the OG questions are going to be the best material to keep it all together in my last week.