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GMAT evolution [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2010, 06:43
Hi,
I was wondering what kind of questions you can expect in the real GMAT. I think that, for example in Sentence Correction, we shouldn’t expect the classic questions such as “not only…but also”, or “...either... or / neither...nor”.
I think that the GMAT evolves as long as there are new courses, books, methods and tips to study for the exam. The GMAT makers KNOW that. In this sense, I believe that if we compare a real GMAT taken in 2010 with a GMAT taken in 2007, the level of difficulty will be higher in the test of 2010.

Do you agree? If you do, what strategies do you suggest in relation to what kind of type of questions we should study?

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