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# GMAT Club Math Book + OG13 --Enough for Quant?

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03 Nov 2012, 11:47
Hi,
I have started studying Math from the GMAT Club Book . I have OG 13 . Thinking of completing both books
before taking practice tests. Is this a right strategy? Will GMAT Club Book be enough. I don't have MGMAT Guides.
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03 Nov 2012, 12:39
Also, GMAT Math mentions practice questions from OG 11 & OG 12.But I have OG13.
How do I know corresponding question numbers for the section from OG13?
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03 Nov 2012, 14:22
It all depends. Have you taken a practice GMAT? What are you currently scoring on the quant section? How much do you want to improve? It is all relative.

I think that those books are a good start. Use them and see where they take you, if afterwards you are still looking for more improvement then it may be worthwhile to buy more detailed books.
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04 Nov 2012, 04:03
ngould wrote:
It all depends. Have you taken a practice GMAT? What are you currently scoring on the quant section? How much do you want to improve? It is all relative.

I think that those books are a good start. Use them and see where they take you, if afterwards you are still looking for more improvement then it may be worthwhile to buy more detailed books.

I was scoring 44-45 on Quant section but ended up with just 30 on the actual GMAT .
Well,earlier I used Jeff Sackmann's book and OG. But It didn't help.

Now, I will studying from GMAT Club Math Book + OG13. Also, may go for gmatclub tests.
Will this work ? I don't have any mgmat guides.
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04 Nov 2012, 05:01
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For OG 12 and 13 comparison check this thread out

difference-between-official-guide-12-and-141671.html

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