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Preparation for GMAT Problem Solving [#permalink] New post 06 Jul 2003, 04:35
Since some say the past questions on Problem Solving from ETS is too easy, which is the best book to prepare from?

Which is better Princeton Review or Kaplan, I think Princeton Review is bit easy as well.

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 [#permalink] New post 06 Jul 2003, 06:09
I think that no any prep-books are similar to actual GMAT test, except old paper-test GMAT, such as official guide or GMAT Plus.
However, I think cracking math of GMAT should focus on advanced questions; but, I have not seen this questions on any workbook in market.
I think that a average question can be solved easily without more work on math, yet an advanced question often can be missed in actual test.
So, I think we shall need great quality questions instead of quant questions.
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Re: Preparation for GMAT Problem Solving [#permalink] New post 06 Jul 2003, 15:22
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Since some say the past questions on Problem Solving from ETS is too easy, which is the best book to prepare from?

Which is better Princeton Review or Kaplan, I think Princeton Review is bit easy as well.

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I think, the harder the better -but it has to be similar type and area - so you can't use quantum physics workbook :wink
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