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From 700 to 760 in 1 Month Without Much studying

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congrats on the great score. .

How was IR in comparison to the one in Manhattan CATs?

I find IR very time consuming on Manhattan CATs and I have never been able to complete the section in these tests. Couldn't go beyond the score of 1.7 so far..

Is IR really tough on teh gmat or is it manageable?


I screwed up on my first attempt but still did well on IR..I think the IR on the actual test is easier than that in MGMAT CATs or even GMATPREP ones...It was fairly manageable

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