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GMATClub Questions in Comparison with the OG 12 Questions [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 09:03
Hello,

right now i'm preparing for the GMAT since 2 months. And i think i'm quite far away from taking the test. (I want to score above 700 :))

I worked through the whole OG book and the MGMAT guides. Now i work through the questions posted on the forum. But when i compare the questions posted here with the questions on the OG and MGMAT i have the feeling that they are much more difficult than the questions in OG or MGMAT. What are your experiences ? Especially the people who have already taken the GMAT.

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Re: GMATClub Questions in Comparison with the OG 12 Questions [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 10:08
The questions here on the forums are divided as per their level of difficulty while the questions in OG graduate gradually from low level to medium and finally to most difficlut level.
So, it could be possible that ur doing more question in the forum that are higher difficulty level. Moreover, I would suggest you to stick as much as you can to the official material.
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Re: GMATClub Questions in Comparison with the OG 12 Questions [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 10:13
rajeevrks27 wrote:
The questions here on the forums are divided as per their level of difficulty while the questions in OG graduate gradually from low level to medium and finally to most difficlut level.
So, it could be possible that ur doing more question in the forum that are higher difficulty level. Moreover, I would suggest you to stick as much as you can to the official material.


Yes, but for my sense even the last exercises are not as hard as the ones in this forum. When i compare some questions here which have a difficult level above 700, even if i know how to solve them, i need a lot of time to write down the equatations. :shock:
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Re: GMATClub Questions in Comparison with the OG 12 Questions [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 10:26
Alexmsi wrote:
rajeevrks27 wrote:
The questions here on the forums are divided as per their level of difficulty while the questions in OG graduate gradually from low level to medium and finally to most difficlut level.
So, it could be possible that ur doing more question in the forum that are higher difficulty level. Moreover, I would suggest you to stick as much as you can to the official material.


Yes, but for my sense even the last exercises are not as hard as the ones in this forum. When i compare some questions here which have a difficult level above 700, even if i know how to solve them, i need a lot of time to write down the equatations. :shock:

If you are talikng only about quant, then i agree with you that the difficluty level in the OG is much less than that of GMATPREP and MGMAT.
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A WAY TO INCREASE FROM QUANT 35-40 TO 47 : a-way-to-increase-from-q35-40-to-q-138750.html

Q 47/48 To Q 50 + the-final-climb-quest-for-q-50-from-q47-129441.html#p1064367

Three good RC strategies three-different-strategies-for-attacking-rc-127287.html

Re: GMATClub Questions in Comparison with the OG 12 Questions   [#permalink] 22 Apr 2012, 10:26
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