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# 1000 Series

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VP
Joined: 30 Jun 2008
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21 Aug 2008, 22:42
hey guys,

the 1000 series of SC and CR, are they worth spending time upon ? I read somewhere on GC that many of the answers in them are wrong and that that they don't have GMAT-like questions... Please clarify folks..

Thanks for helping as always.

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24 Aug 2008, 10:19
If you have the time, you can always go through them. The LSAT CR's are very helpful even though they are tougher than the real GMAT questions. If you can handle LSAT, you should be able to handle the real GMAT CR's. 1000 SC is good to practice once you are thorough with your basics.
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24 Aug 2008, 16:06
I agree with Loyalwater. If you can do LSAT CR questions then GMAT CR questions will be a cakewalk for you. I have read from several posts that 1000SC has some answer choices wrong in it. So I would not try it to get into unnecessary confusion. I think SC questions in OG-10 and OG-11 should be enough for practice. If you have more time then you can go for 1000SC.
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24 Aug 2008, 18:35
yes my brother took the LSAT and goes to Wake Forest Law, and after checking his prep book out I saw that LSAT CRs are a lot tougher, but would be good practice. Thanks for the idea guys I might try and grab his books now that he's done with them.
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25 Aug 2008, 01:02
Thanks for replying guys .... I guess i'll toss the 1000SC document and go through the LSAT part of the 1000CR.

And guys .. any idea about the 3000RC doc ?

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