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When would you study for hard questions?

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Hi, I am done with the basic preparation for the GMAT. Now I understand the test well and did practice for each section in Kaplan. I still want to do the OG questions and the hard questions (Kaplan 800, Project GMAT, Ace the GMAT). Would you start with OG and finish it then move to hard material from these 3 books or would you do the opposite and keep OG questions as last study material before the exam given their importance?
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Do OG questions now, then take a practice test to see how you are doing. Move on to more challenging stuff if you need it then.
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