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GMAT OG work

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New post 08 Jun 2004, 00:17
Dear all,

As a silent visitor during those last two weeks, I make this new post to get some help from your experiences on two specific point :
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I'm working on the OG for 1 month now (my GMAT is in 2 months) but I don't know how to work with it. For example : do you practice all the maths (PS & DS)questions first and then another section (SC) entirely, or some pieces of each, in a more "dynamic" way (for example 10 of each)?

I decided that a mixed practice was better for me and more in line with what will be the exam. Furthermore, working the different sections by pieces of 10 questions can be helpful in the famous quest of 0 errors in the first ten...

The problem is that I'm not going to finish even 1 section of the book before the test because this rytm is slow...can you guys help me by describing the way you went through the OG?

2) After my first PP test (that was disappointing with a 600 : Q at 42 and V at 32) I realized that only 75% of the answers were rated. I know that this is due to experimental questions, but I did not know that there were so many of them : is it the same in the real GMAT?

Regards to all.
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New post 14 Jun 2004, 10:53
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Dear all,

As a silent visitor during those last two weeks, I make this new post to get some help from your experiences on two specific point :
1°) I'm working on the OG for 1 month now (my GMAT is in 2 months) but I don't know how to work with it. For example : do you practice all the maths (PS & DS)questions first and then another section (SC) entirely, or some pieces of each, in a more "dynamic" way (for example 10 of each)?
I decided that a mixed practice was better for me and more in line with what will be the exam. Furthermore, working the different sections by pieces of 10 questions can be helpful in the famous quest of 0 errors in the first ten... The problem is that I'm not going to finish even 1 section of the book before the test because this rytm is slow...can you guys help me by describing the way you went through the OG?


I have written some advice to ariyer2003. please read that. its a sticky post and its at the top in this forum.


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2) After my first PP test (that was disappointing with a 600 : Q at 42 and V at 32) I realized that only 75% of the answers were rated. I know that this is due to experimental questions, but I did not know that there were so many of them : is it the same in the real GMAT?

Regards to all.


Nobody knows frank. but 25% experimental is a bit high. My advice is do not worry about such things. you are not going to know whether a question is experimental or not.

hope this helps.. sorry for the late reply
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