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Hi
I wanted to know if there is a way to check if a posted question in the Verbal sub-forums (for that matter Quant sub-forums as well) is from OG or some other source?
I have not yet started to solve OG questions and would like to defer a few weeks till the time I master the concepts. Of course, I do not want to solve/take a stab at OG questions posted in the sub-forums.

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Re: Differentiate between OG and non-OG questions in sub forums [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2009, 08:59
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Hi
I wanted to know if there is a way to check if a posted question in the Verbal sub-forums (for that matter Quant sub-forums as well) is from OG or some other source?
I have not yet started to solve OG questions and would like to defer a few weeks till the time I master the concepts. Of course, I do not want to solve/take a stab at OG questions posted in the sub-forums.

Thanks
Nitin



Not 100% but most of OG questions will be marked with an appropriate OG Tag - see more about tags here:
gmat-club-post-tagging-82561.html
and
viewforumtags.php
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Re: Differentiate between OG and non-OG questions in sub forums   [#permalink] 19 Sep 2009, 08:59
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