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GMAT+ or PBT"S??

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New post 05 Jun 2009, 18:48
ok so I have lots of stuff downloaded from the net obviously all are not to be folllowed.Among them i have this Gmat+ book and lots of paper based tests..different sets different years.Since obviously I'm not going to follow both,i wanted to do it so I can get a lttle practise the "fun" way(I am so tired of seeing the covers of Gmat books)and also it will be a great way to build up stamina.
The answers of gmat+ book are not said to be accurate.Obviously all the questions will be searched and posted here if trouble arises.
So the final ques.:Which do u think is a better bet??Gmat+ or PBT"S??
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New post 05 Jun 2009, 19:34
I think you need to be more specific on which GMAT books you are using and what Paper Based Tests you are using. There are a couple of good threads here outlining the best verbal and quant books. However if you think that the answers have errors in them, DO NOT use the book! Ideally you want to be practicing with the closest representation of actual questions, so use the questions that are most "legit". If you post the names, maybe we can be of more help. Good luck!

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New post 06 Jun 2009, 04:42
I am using the normal books..OG11,OG reviews,kaplan.That all is okay.I wanted specific answers as to which of the two is better.PBT or gmat+.I just need a little break from the monotony of seeing the same books if you know what i mean!
I really dont know how to classify the PBT's.I have downloaded them off the internet.
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New post 06 Jun 2009, 06:47
In that case I would stick to the books. Yeah it can get monotonous, but those books are the best out there (except for maybe Kaplan). The paper tests seem pretty sketchy so I would be wary of using them, especially since you're not sure what the source is.

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