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# Topical and Difficulty Guide to the Official Guide

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Found this today on the internet - Topical Guide to the Official Guide 11th edition. Does not have a copyright on it -let me know if it is copyrighted and I will remove this doc.

Does anyone know if this exists for the 12th? Perhaps a better format? Anyone has any of their own notes to share?

P.S. Looking at the file description - looks like it is designed for OG 10.
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Last edited by bb on 14 Jun 2009, 14:46, edited 1 time in total.
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10 Jun 2009, 18:16
Moved to the math forum.

Does anyone here feel it would be valuable to create a spreadsheet for the OG 12 with every questions classified that would allow to easily get a sampling of easy/medium/hard questions to practice Roots, Assumptions, or Overlapping sets?

Also potentially a better OG error log that automatically keeps track of the problem type.

I am thinking of working on it if there is interest and support. Please reply in the thread or PM if you think it is valuable or useless.

Thanks!
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10 Jun 2009, 19:46
Excellent find, thanks!
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Manhattan GMAT has these conversion documents to go with their 3rd Edition of the guides. However anyone should be able to use it to categorize those questions into the right subject area. They also have a mapping of OG11 to OG12. The links are at the bottom of the page.

http://www.manhattangmat.com/fourth-ed-info.cfm

It would be very useful if you or someone who is an excel expert can build a spreadsheet to track the OG progress and performance.

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12 Jun 2009, 13:52
nookway wrote:
bb,

Manhattan GMAT has these conversion documents to go with their 3rd Edition of the guides. However anyone should be able to use it to categorize those questions into the right subject area. They also have a mapping of OG11 to OG12. The links are at the bottom of the page.

http://www.manhattangmat.com/fourth-ed-info.cfm

Regards,

Nookway

Thanks! I knew it must have existed out there - there are 12 editions of OG - someone must have come up with it. Good to see Manhattan did.

In the link above they only cover questions that are new in the OG12, i guess the old ones are covered in their guides. That works - no need to recreate the wheel then.
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14 Jun 2009, 14:23
nookway wrote:
bb,

Manhattan GMAT has these conversion documents to go with their 3rd Edition of the guides. However anyone should be able to use it to categorize those questions into the right subject area. They also have a mapping of OG11 to OG12. The links are at the bottom of the page.

http://www.manhattangmat.com/fourth-ed-info.cfm

It would be very useful if you or someone who is an excel expert can build a spreadsheet to track the OG progress and performance.

Regards,

Nookway

nookway - I couldn't seem to find the mapping for the OG11. Do you have a direct link?
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15 Jun 2009, 09:45
I3igDmsu, The mapping from OG11 to OG12 and vice versa is at the end of each conversion document. Its not a separate document. The links to the conversion documents are at the end of that page.
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nookway wrote:
I3igDmsu, The mapping from OG11 to OG12 and vice versa is at the end of each conversion document. Its not a separate document. The links to the conversion documents are at the end of that page.

I2igDmsu is correct. I don't think there is an OG11 guide - only the changes between OG 11 and OG 12. Is there an actual OG 11 Guide? or Full OG 12 Guide?
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