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How to practice most effectively? [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2007, 11:22
Hey guys!

I've come to the point to open the big OG 11 and start to do real GMAT questions. However, i am not sure how i should structure my study to use the OG in the most effective way.

How did you go through the questions in the OG, did you go through them one by one, or did you make blocks of 20, or 30 or any number of questions and tried to do them in a certain time?

Additionally did you mix questions from SC, RC, CR into one block of questions in oder to simulate the real thing better and train your brain to quickly adjust to another type of question?

Would be really helpful if you could share your experience and also how you improved your timing
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2007, 12:55
Do a mix of the two....start out doing just one question type at a time (either a block of questions or for a certain amount of time, until you've cleared some hurdles or are hitting a wall and need a break). Then after you've gotten comfortable with each question type, at least to some extent, mix it up so that you're used to the transitions.

Doing the first method, just one type at a time, will definitely help your timing. You'll pick up patterns in your thinking (good and bad) much faster that way.
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