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# Better approach ? Reading Stimulus first or Question Stem ?

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20 May 2010, 23:58
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Hi ...

Which is the better approach..??

I am reading the Stimulus first till now.. But found some where written in the forum that Q Stem is better..?

Thanks & Regards

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Re: Better approach ? Reading Stimulus first or Question Stem ? [#permalink]

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21 May 2010, 01:41
sag wrote:
Hi ...

Which is the better approach..??

I am reading the Stimulus first till now.. But found some where written in the forum that Q Stem is better..?

Thanks & Regards

I would say that if you are at 700 level and want to improve then you should read the stimulus first

if not

I am saying this because LSAT books recommend reading the stimulus first but then LSAT is much more difficult than GMAT CR

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