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# GMAT Books and Official Guide Question?

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25 Feb 2018, 15:17
So I am preparing on my own( and on budget) for GMAT

Have not booked my test yet, taking my time and want to progress slowly, but successfully.

Looked at this thread: https://gmatclub.com/forum/don-t-want-t ... 11878.html and this one https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-prep-on ... 82151.html

For now, my question is I can get an official guide(OG) from 2016( or maybe 2017, doubtful though?), would that be any different than 2018 or 2016 can be a good start?

I am also looking at GMAT Club Math Book v3 - Jan-2-2013.pdf and GMAT-Club-Grammar-book-2017.pdf.

So question from experts, is that a good start for a beginner or you would suggest something different based on your experience?

P.S: I am also mixing and matching some youtube videos in it too.

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25 Feb 2018, 20:11
maverickfhs wrote:
For now, my question is I can get an official guide(OG) from 2016( or maybe 2017, doubtful though?), would that be any different than 2018 or 2016 can be a good start?
There's nothing special about the 2018. Feel free to use the 2016 or the 2017.
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26 Feb 2018, 00:35
There is nothing special wrt 2018. you can continue using the old one. you can look up in the forums and there is a thread which has the differences between OG 2018 vs OG 2017 and that should do. I wouldnt waste money on getting 2018 if you already have 2017.
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26 Feb 2018, 02:24
maverickfhs wrote:
So I am preparing on my own( and on budget) for GMAT

Have not booked my test yet, taking my time and want to progress slowly, but successfully.

Looked at this thread: https://gmatclub.com/forum/don-t-want-t ... 11878.html and this one https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-prep-on ... 82151.html

For now, my question is I can get an official guide(OG) from 2016( or maybe 2017, doubtful though?), would that be any different than 2018 or 2016 can be a good start?

I am also looking at GMAT Club Math Book v3 - Jan-2-2013.pdf and GMAT-Club-Grammar-book-2017.pdf.

So question from experts, is that a good start for a beginner or you would suggest something different based on your experience?

P.S: I am also mixing and matching some youtube videos in it too.

All the questions are well collected on GMAT club .. Start solving questions instead of thinking so much about a few questions
Think on a larger scale. Focus to maximise your scores. If you have OG 2016 and 2017, they are enough .. Just solve it twice or thrice.. It will fetch you gr8 scores. Also there are lots of questions posted on GMATclub, keep solving these questions (with timer) and it will help u to improve your scores.

Enjoy..
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26 Feb 2018, 06:46
Thanks very much guys, I really appreciate your help and feedback.

I'll stick to either OG 2016 or OG 2017, whatever I can get my hands on
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28 Feb 2018, 02:42
maverickfhs wrote:
Thanks very much guys, I really appreciate your help and feedback.

I'll stick to either OG 2016 or OG 2017, whatever I can get my hands on

Yes you should try to solve these and feel confident.. that's it .. way to go for a top score..
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