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Quant question difficulty in Test vs. OG problems [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2010, 15:12
Hi all

I am hoping someone can share their experience here

I am wondering if the level of difficulty on the real Gmat test questions is the same as the OG problems.(12th version and Quant Review)

Ergo if I can manage the OG questions then I am sorted for the Test

The ting is that I have been taking the Manhattan tests for practice and to me they seem far more difficult/diffirent then the OG questions

I would appreciate your comments or input on this :roll:

many thanks !
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Re: Quant question difficulty in Test vs. OG problems [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2010, 16:26
I remember reading about this a while ago, but most of the MGMAT questions are 700-800 level. So if you're not scoring too well on those, don't worry about it too much. You can also use the GMAT Club score estimator to figure out your scores. Take a GMAT prep to e sure if you're doing as well as you want, since that's the most accurate indicator.

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Re: Quant question difficulty in Test vs. OG problems [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2010, 20:44
The OG questions are the most representative of the actual test difficulty level

MGMAT is much harder, but as mentioned a lot of those questions are like 700-800 level ... But even so tougher end of the spectrum

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Re: Quant question difficulty in Test vs. OG problems   [#permalink] 09 Nov 2010, 20:44
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