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Joined: 09 Jul 2005
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14 Sep 2005, 14:13
Hello everybody,

I'm doing quite bad the CR's I have found in a document called GMAT_LSAT_CR.doc that I downloaded from the net. However I did rather good when practicing the OG10th. I'm getting a bit worried about my strategy and the validity of such document to test my skills for CR. Can anyone tell me whether that document is good?. Should I skip it?

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14 Sep 2005, 21:28
Could you share the link with me?

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15 Sep 2005, 23:19
Hi,

I don't understand how you can be "quiet bad" at CR but be rather good at OG 10th CR. Either way, I've worked through about 200 problems on that document and it is helpful. The questions are valid and the answers are very accurate. However, I think the most helpful thing is the number of questions in the question bank - close to 1000. Repetition is really the key at getting better at CR - after a few hundred questions, you'll be able to see the pattern and the boundaries of these questions.

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