I have been practicing all the MGMAT quant books and and I can solve all the questions. I don't feel they are too tough. For more practice I have collected some extra question from other sources. But problem is that some of these questions are so tough that sometimes they are very difficult to solve even I have the answer explanation of them. For getting Q48-50 is it enough to have all the MGMAT quant books or I need more tougher questions to practice. Sometimes I think that I am spending my valuable time to solve some unnecessary difficult questions from other sources. I am not sure of it. Can anyone help me by giving adivce.
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Basically, a quantitative score of 50 is 90th percentile. To get that, you need to outperform 90% of everyone taking the GMAT ---- no easy feat! Lots of people use MGMAT and can solve all those problems, so that is certainly not enough to guarantee an elite math score. Basically, to get that kind of math score, you need to be the kind of student who can solve just about any GMAT math question thrown at you.
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