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Hey guys, I’m preparing to take the GMAT in a few months, and a friend of mine is giving me his 2019 official guide books for free. My question is, will these suffice to study for the GMAT, or should I get the official guide 2020 bundle, that comes with online versions of the books as well? It’s going for $34 on amazon currently, just not sure if it’s worth getting when I’ll have 2019 for free.

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Hey guys, I’m preparing to take the GMAT in a few months, and a friend of mine is giving me his 2019 official guide books for free. My question is, will these suffice to study for the GMAT, or should I get the official guide 2020 bundle, that comes with online versions of the books as well? It’s going for $34 on amazon currently, just not sure if it’s worth getting when I’ll have 2019 for free.

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arich26 wrote:
Hey guys, I’m preparing to take the GMAT in a few months, and a friend of mine is giving me his 2019 official guide books for free. My question is, will these suffice to study for the GMAT, or should I get the official guide 2020 bundle, that comes with online versions of the books as well? It’s going for $34 on amazon currently, just not sure if it’s worth getting when I’ll have 2019 for free.

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Using 2019 official guide is absolutely fine.
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