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The Official Guide Questions = Real GMAT Questions ??? [#permalink]
27 Jul 2004, 08:31
Can somebody kindly help me out on this ?
How similar are the questions in the REAL GMAT as compared to The Official Guide ?
I have been practicing on The Princeton Review CD as well. One observation I was able to make out was the fact that the Questions in OG, no matter how easy or difficult they might be, always have ONE perfect answer and with enough time and preparation one can eliminate the wrong answers.
On the other hand, a lot of the answers to questions on The Princeton Review seem so subtle in difference that sometime it gets difficult to select the right one out.
Now are the questions on the REAL GMAT similar to OG or are they more like PR ?
Sorry I missed some information in my previous message.
I have been actively studying the OG and The Princeton Reviews. Infact I have started on the OG the THIRD time. Currently with Princeton Reviews I am doing the drills on the CD and would repeat them too before I take some PRACTICE TESTS. I am thinking of taking the REAL GMAT in November, 2004.
Like I said I do notice differences in VERBAL Section in the two books and their CDs respectively. MATH seems to be OK as I can't really see lot of differences. What my worry is that which kind of VERBAL questions will I be seeing on the REAL GMAT ?
OG-Type or PR-Type ??
I am aiming at around 700, and I understand there are experimental questions as well, but how many can you really get wrong and still get a score of 700 ?
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