Hello everyone. Just a couple of questions. Are the final questions of the PS and DS sections of the OG12
really representative of 700+ difficulty questions on the real GMAT? Aren't they a bit too easy? I know that Manhattan GMAT
breaks down the sections into difficulty, but I sincerely doubt that the questions they claim as difficult represent 700+ difficulty questions. I haven't yet taken a CAT as I plan to reserve that for after I finish practicing everything, and I know that would probably answer my question,but I don't want to waste a good CAT only to realize that I'm not good enough to get a 700+. I would love to hear your thoughts on this.
Thanks for your time and this great forum.
The answer to your first question is yes, kind of. The questions in the OG 12
are arranged by difficulty, so the last 5-10 questions are 700+.
Keep in mind, that you only have 1.5-2 minutes per question, not 5.
I would suggest you take a GMAT prep or another test and judge for yourself, even if just the quant portion of the test.
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