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what is 1000 SC, 1000 CR [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2005, 04:05
Hi ,
I am a new member and have been reading posts here. I read that for verbal, 1000 SC and 1000 Rc documents are very good. Can anyone please guide me as to where I can find them?
In the verbal section, I gathered that Manhatten GMAT is best for SC. What about RC and CR? Is Kaplan, Princeton Review and OG good enough?

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Even I don't have an idea what exactly they are - who assembled/created these.

However, here's a post that has all the three 1000SC, 1000CR and 1000RC posted by rahulrao.

As for other sources of Verbal, I have no clue - I myself am trying to assemble the material to prepare for the GMAT.
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2005, 08:21
Thanks! I've been looking for these...
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Thank you very much .. :-D
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2005, 15:26
Hey guys,

These 1000 documents are a collection of SCs, RCs, and CRs. The problems/passages/arguments have been taken from many different sources - OG, Kaplan, Manhattan, GMAT PLUS and even the much dreaded LSAT!!

It is an excellent resource to practice from, especially the SC and CR sections. You guys will realize that after a bit of practice on the OG, that OG is pretty easy. You will need to practice on much tougher problems and thats exactly where the 1000 documents step in. And it is always good to practice on tougher problems, so that when you take the actual GMAT, it will be a breeze.

Further, the verbal pattern in the actual GMAT has overall been a bit tougher than OG. SC and CR are indeed much twisted and complicated than the straight forward OG ones. RC reflect the OG level. So make use of the 1000 documents!

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 [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2005, 15:34
Yah, I recognize some of the questions from the OG. I've also been studying Princeton's LSAT RC and Argument guide to help my GMAT RC and CR skills. I find the LSAT Argument questions pretty challenging. RC, for the most part, is identical to the OG.

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 [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2005, 02:19
That is very valuable information for a beginner like myself. Thank you very much.
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