I am currently going through the Manhattan Strategy guides for quant. Do most people complete the relevant OG questions after completing each book (eg. do the FDP questions in the OG after completing the FDP strategy guide?)
Or...do most people do the OG questions in the final 3/4 weeks of study?
I'm not too sure what I should be doing...I would like to do additional questions to ensure I am completely understanding the concepts, however, I don't want to be short of "unique/new" questions in the final few weeks.
Any views/thoughts on the above would be much appreciated.
Intitally I was also under the impression that I'd fall short of materials if I finished the QG first. But lemme tell you, if your looking at the right places, you wouldn't have to worry about it. I am assuming that you are refering to the OG 13
, in that case your MGMAT quant books must be the recent ones. Its really important that you reinforce your concepts with actual GMAT problems as soon as you are done with a MGMAT concept book. There are tons of questions here on both quant and verbal to be worked out. You can work on them depending on the difficulty. Please refer to the below post for a comprehensive list of quant questions depending on the difficulty level for starters:PS questions
: http://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-ps-question-directory-by-topic-difficulty-127957.html DS questions
You can look for consolidated question sets under the IR and Verbal sections as well. Id suggest follow the below order:
2. OG 13
3. Forum 500-600 questions
4. Possibily Kaplan
or anyother tougher material you have along with Club 700 level questions.
Bookmark the tricky OG problems and you can possibiliy go through them while finishing up your prep! Hope this helps!
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