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OG Myth? [#permalink] New post 14 Jan 2005, 06:23
Ive always been told to concentrate on the end of each section bc they are the most difficult questions in the OG. This website has a breakdown of all the OG questions based upon difficulty levels and it seems the hard questions are scattered throughout each section. heres the site (about 1/4 - 1/2 way down the page):

http://home.comcast.net/~dave.kim/index ... age423.htm
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Jan 2005, 21:48
Interesting and very useful if it is accurate. Do you know if the listing is for the OG 10th Edition?
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Jan 2005, 08:12
i have also heard this about the OG. i havent started working on it so i cant confirm. thanks for the great link its full of usefull stuff.
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Jan 2005, 09:14
i think it's accurate bc if you compare it to the program on mbagameplan.com (access program that allows you to sort by difficulty/problem type) it matches exactly. yes the listing is for the 10th edition. i wonder if one of the admins can comment on this?
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Jan 2005, 13:02
My first advice to anyone is to COMPLETELY STUDY the OG and the nine paper tests. Analyze these as much as you can. I feel that most of the tougher quality problems are in the last 100 of each section, but that does not at all mean that we should skip the rest. every single problem should be studied in detail.

What i would do is, as you get closer to your test day, solve the last 100 or so OG problems at speed and see how you do.

OG is a great start, but for most guys who want to score 700 or more, you will need to work harder in the Quant section. The difficulty level of the test has changed significantly and you will need to much stronger with quant concepts. verbal remains a challenge anyway, but LSAT's can help a great deal with CR and RC. for SC, OG+ paper tests are great practise.

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