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best way to study OG [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2012, 21:46
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Re: best way to study OG [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2012, 00:51
how much preparation have you done so far? What is your target score?
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Re: best way to study OG [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2012, 01:53
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how much preparation have you done so far? What is your target score?


one month ago i took gmatprep 1 without AWA and IR, and got 620 (V-28, Q-47) but 2 days ago i took full MCAT-1 and got 570 (V-29, Q-40). i am a bit upset don know what to do. i have not gone through OG yet but haphazardly did some questions.i just want to know how to use OG questions effectively and efficiently. my target is to enter into the 700 club

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Using the OG alongside guidebooks worked quite well for me. This allowed me to reinforce the material learned from the guides while it was still fresh in my memory.

Also, remember to fully review every OG question that you attempt. In other words, don't simply answer the question and then move on after checking the answer. That's too passive. Read the entire explanation even if you answered the question correctly. If incorrect, mark it and reattempt the question later that day. Extract the most value out of the OG.
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Re: best way to study OG [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2012, 20:29
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Using the OG alongside guidebooks worked quite well for me. This allowed me to reinforce the material learned from the guides while it was still fresh in my memory.

Also, remember to fully review every OG question that you attempt. In other words, don't simply answer the question and then move on after checking the answer. That's too passive. Read the entire explanation even if you answered the question correctly. If incorrect, mark it and reattempt the question later that day. Extract the most value out of the OG.


thanks for cordial feedback. i will follow your advice while studying OG questions. thanks a lot

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Re: best way to study OG [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2012, 02:36
Just 1 suggestion here.

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