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Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:22
Hey all,

I'm wondering if doing the RC questions in OG12 and Verbal Review 2nd is enough practice to attack 700-level questions. I've completed all OG12 and a few V2 passages and have hit an 87% accuracy rate according to my error log.

Are those passages considered representative of current RC on the GMAT?
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:36
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Hey all,

I'm wondering if doing the RC questions in OG12 and Verbal Review 2nd is enough practice to attack 700-level questions. I've completed all OG12 and a few V2 passages and have hit an 87% accuracy rate according to my error log.

Are those passages considered representative of current RC on the GMAT?


This should be enough but if you have more time to prepare, then work on LSAT problems and near your exam revise OG's again.
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:40
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I think OG has very few 700 level questions. Many suggest solving verbal from here(GmatClub)...
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:45
phoenixrulzz wrote:
I think OG has very few 700 level questions. Many suggest solving verbal from here(GmatClub)...


Ya it is too bad that the OG does not provide difficulty level.

Are there many 700-level questions in the 1000 RC document?
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:46
gurpreetsingh wrote:
krazo wrote:
Hey all,

I'm wondering if doing the RC questions in OG12 and Verbal Review 2nd is enough practice to attack 700-level questions. I've completed all OG12 and a few V2 passages and have hit an 87% accuracy rate according to my error log.

Are those passages considered representative of current RC on the GMAT?


This should be enough but if you have more time to prepare, then work on LSAT problems and near your exam revise OG's again.


Any OG questions in particular (toward the end?)
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:48
krazo wrote:
phoenixrulzz wrote:
I think OG has very few 700 level questions. Many suggest solving verbal from here(GmatClub)...


Ya it is too bad that the OG does not provide difficulty level.

Are there many 700-level questions in the 1000 RC document?


1000 docs are illegal documents and should not be discussed here. Please respect the GMAC authority.

If you are looking for hard RC, try LSAT RC and CR. If you are able to crack them , gmat RC will be a cake walk for you.

Regarding the revision of OG' it all depends upon the time you have for the preparation. If I were you, I would have revised all the passages marked by me as 'difficult' and the last 50-60 questions.

There are Gmatclub's Guides to OG's with the difficulty level. Search them and it will be of great help.
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2010, 16:50
gurpreetsingh wrote:
krazo wrote:
phoenixrulzz wrote:
I think OG has very few 700 level questions. Many suggest solving verbal from here(GmatClub)...


Ya it is too bad that the OG does not provide difficulty level.

Are there many 700-level questions in the 1000 RC document?


1000 docs are illegal documents and should not be discussed here. Please respect the GMAC authority.

If you are looking for hard RC, try LSAT RC and CR. If you are able to crack them , gmat RC will be a cake walk for you.


Ok thanks I will take a look
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Re: Is OG/Verbal Review enough? [#permalink] New post 12 Sep 2010, 22:28
ya LSAT are considered the toughest of them all, but dont stress yourself if you do not get the right answers, find out why they are wrong and understand how the author tries to convince you into choosing the wrong answer. This will be helpful!
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