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I just started working on 13th edition.So, all those logically completes argument/passage are assumption questions?

Is it better to stick with 13th edition? Since the question stems are new and updated. What do you guys think? :-D


(I've been working on 12th edition last 2 months and bought 13th edition a week ago. )
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I just started working on 13th edition.So, all those logically completes argument/passage are assumption questions?

Is it better to stick with 13th edition? Since the question stems are new and updated. What do you guys think? :-D


(I've been working on 12th edition last 2 months and bought 13th edition a week ago. )


Hi gmatcracker7,

Yes, it is better to stick with OG13, your money will not be wasted. A lot of questions are same as those in OG12, but they have added a few questions in each section. I will suggest, as you have both the books, do the unique questions from both these guides. You can find the unique question from the post below.

breakdown-of-official-guide-13th-edition-vs-12th-edition-133151.html

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ok. But what about the actual GMAT. Is it updated by 13th edition or 12th? Which one will be better for me to use?I have many Manhattan guides for 12th edition
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ok. But what about the actual GMAT. Is it updated by 13th edition or 12th? Which one will be better for me to use?I have many Manhattan guides for 12th edition


OG13 does not differ greatly from OG12, you can continue using OG12 as reference with the MGMAT guides. Just do the extra questions present in OG13.
As far as the actual GMAT is concerned, it remains the same (apart from the newly adder IR section), regardless of the newly released OG13. Moreover, if they do minor tweaking we will not be able to know.

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thanks, Vercules. I will def follow ur instructions
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