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MGMAT Quant Guides [#permalink] New post 29 Jan 2011, 20:35
Quick question to those who have used these guides--

I am self studying using the MGMAT Quant Guides. The end of the basic and advanced sections refer to the OG for more practice. In your preparation, did you find it best to do these questions alongside the Quant Guides or save them for the end? I am interested in hearing what people did and what worked for them.

I still have not decided what to do but I am leaning towards saving them for the end. Here is why: I always have trouble identifying the approach to a question. If I do the questions alongside the Quant Guides then I know exactly what topic or subtopic is being tested. If I save them for the end and do the questions in the order they appear in the OG, then I am forcing myself to be more alert and really grasp the question early on as I would be expected to do on the actual exam.

The first approach, however, seems that one can really understand the subtleties in each question by doing them in bulk...

Please respond with your thoughts on this and any advice you have for me.

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Re: MGMAT Quant Guides [#permalink] New post 29 Jan 2011, 22:52
You have a valid question.

I suggest you to do OG quant guide2 along with the strategies and save OG12 for the future.
Doing official questions along with the strategy is very important.
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