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New post 17 Jul 2016, 02:57
Hi all,

I seek your guidance regarding the following issues:

GMATPrep :-

1. If I intend to create a verbal practice set of 30 questions - 12 CR , 12 SC and 8 RC passages questions split between 2 passages how can i get this done? When i tried this, I observed that GMAT prep is using different passages for different questions.
2. If I want to create a practice set of a single passage with 3-4 questions how can i get this done? I tried to create a RC practice set with 3 "Medium" difficulty questions which resulted in 3 different passages being thrown at me!


Wiley - OG 2016

1. On the Wiley online question bank, is it possible to save as many sessions as possible? Neither their website nor their GMAC material mention about any limitations.
2. Can saved sessions be used without overlaps?
3. Similar to my question on GMATPrep, is it possible to create a mixed verbal practice set with only a selected number of passages? I don't want the system to throw around 5-6 passages for merely 6-7 questions rather I want them to putforth a passage based on which 3-4 questions are asked then move on to next passage. My intent is to create a verbal practice set that would simulate real GMATPrep CATs verbal section.

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Apart from these 2 , if you have any suggestions to create verbal practice sets using official sources please let me know.
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Posts: 414
Location: India
Concentration: Operations, Finance
GMAT 1: 670 Q48 V34
GPA: 3.8
WE: Operations (Commercial Banking)
Followers: 13

Kudos [?]: 50 [0], given: 197

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