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Quantitative book with a Level of Difficulty higher than OG

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Quantitative book with a Level of Difficulty higher than OG [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2013, 10:01
I would be appearing for my GMAT within the next 2-3 months.
To understand the structure of the exam I bought OG13 and went through its Quant section first (I am particularly confident of my Quant Skills).
I found the PS questions to be rather doable; the DS questions, however, were tricky in parts but still could be solved with an 80% accuracy.

Could anyone please suggest a thorough Quant Workbook having questions in the 700-800 range so as to target a score of atleast Q-50.

I have heard a lot about the MGMAT books and their in-depth approach but I am not sure of their level of difficulty.
It would be preferable to DO questions than READ strategies in a Quant book.

Plz help..

Thanks a ton...!!!
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Re: Quantitative book with a Level of Difficulty higher than OG [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2013, 10:20
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I like the fact that you are aiming higher and not scared to attack difficult questions. :-D
Quant forum has tonnes of material to target 600+,700+ questions. Before going there let me share my own thoughts.

1. The 20% questions you are getting wrong in OG. First make sure you note them in your error log and master the approach to the solution. Your goal should be to master the OG 100% before moving to additional material.
2. Since you are scoring at a high rate. I advise you go straight to Advanced GMAT Quant by Manhattan GMAT. It is highly recommended on this forum.
3. For additional practice there are hard questions on this forum which are tagged as 600+ and 700+. The GMAT Club IOS/Android App makes it easy to find them.
4. Finally use GMAT Club Tests they have a good collection of hard questions.

Hope this helps to point you in the right direction. :)

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Re: Quantitative book with a Level of Difficulty higher than OG   [#permalink] 19 Apr 2013, 10:20
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