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Help with the Critical Reason Part [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2008, 15:20
I finished the Manhattan Critical Reason but I think I'm not good at CR esc. my timing is a mess. I have the resources which listed below .

1-Kaplan 800
2- Kaplan Workbook
3-OG Verbal and OG
4- 1000 Questions
5- Many questions
6- Princeton
7-Arco
8-Nova


Do I have to solve many questions with answers on Kaplan 800 to understand how to beat it or do I have to solve many questions without explanatory answers . Now I'm stuck with that and cannot move on . Please help.
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Re: Help with the Critical Reason Part [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2008, 22:53
perfectstranger wrote:
I finished the Manhattan Critical Reason but I think I'm not good at CR esc. my timing is a mess. I have the resources which listed below .

1-Kaplan 800
2- Kaplan Workbook
3-OG Verbal and OG
4- 1000 Questions
5- Many questions
6- Princeton
7-Arco
8-Nova


Do I have to solve many questions with answers on Kaplan 800 to understand how to beat it or do I have to solve many questions without explanatory answers . Now I'm stuck with that and cannot move on . Please help.


Stragy to solve problem is more important than how many questions you did! If you have stragegy, just focus on OG!
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Re: Help with the Critical Reason Part [#permalink] New post 19 Jul 2008, 07:26
What about Kaplan Verbal . Does anyone have a claim about Kaplan CR Section like : it is hard , it is like OG or its questions do not look like the OG questions.
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