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18 Dec 2010, 06:14
Hi,

This is a question for those who have used or are using the Powerscore CR Bible.
In my opinion, it is a great book. It contains a lot of useful information.
However, there are many steps, concepts, key words, and others. I would like to know if it is necessary to memorize all that stuff or if it is only a guide.
How are you using that book?
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18 Dec 2010, 06:23
In my opinion, this is just a guide. A strategy that works for me would not work necessarily for you.
You have to pick what you think is useful, and just forget the rest. Keep in mind that a book has a very large audience, so it is not perfectly suited for those aiming at a 700+, neither it is for those aiming to score 600. It is somewhere in between. Otherwise , they would not sell as many books.
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22 Dec 2010, 09:07
I got powerscore bible and MGMAT Critical Reasoning. I thing these are enough for this section.
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23 Dec 2010, 08:42
I used the book to learn how to attack any type of CR question. It presents great way of attacking any CR question type. I'm not sure if we can really remember all the details (you mentioned) keeping in mind we have tons of other things to remember too such as quant short cuts, SC rules etc.
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