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Advice if the books I am using are good/bad

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I have been using the OG along with the kaplan verbal book as well as the Nova Prep book for math.

I was wondering if anyone thinks this is a good combination.

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New post 22 Dec 2003, 17:35
The OG is definitely a good tool. I can tell you about the Kaplan verbal or Nova Prep books but I used MANY different books. From my own experience, I can advise you to use OG/Kaplan800/Kaplan 2004 with the 4 CAT tests and PrincetonReview with the CD also. I also used Barron(with cd)/Arco/Peterson and although they were useful in expanding my thinking on certain types of problems, I would not buy them again if I had to study that all over again.

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New post 22 Dec 2003, 23:06
Use PR for verbal instead...they are much better on GMAT verbal. Either Cracking the GMAT or their Verbal Workout book will do fine, but the Cracking book has 5 practice tests if you get the one with the CD, so I would get that one.

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