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23 Feb 2011, 12:18
Is there any(free) topics wise tests available to practice ?

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23 Feb 2011, 13:27
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Is there any(free) topics wise tests available to practice ?

Plenty

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23 Feb 2011, 13:41
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reva wrote:
Is there any(free) topics wise tests available to practice ?

Plenty

thanks for the information . i was asking about free topic wise questions such as SC, RC, DS,

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If you bought a new set of MGMAT books then you will get access to their section-wise question bank. If you don't have that then just browse this forum for questions(not sure if u can find tests). another option is GMAT CLUB tests but these tests r supposed to b hard , so do it only wen u r scoring really high!

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24 Feb 2011, 08:50
heygirl wrote:
If you bought a new set of MGMAT books then you will get access to their section-wise question bank. If you don't have that then just browse this forum for questions(not sure if u can find tests). another option is GMAT CLUB tests but these tests r supposed to b hard , so do it only wen u r scoring really high!

thanks a lot heygirl. no i don't have new books. Actually, last week i was reading Manhattan sc there are so many concepts and rules that i get confused, so was looking for some practice. i did og questions but i think sometimes i already know the answers( before solving it)

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24 Feb 2011, 11:10
You could try doing the in-action problems at the end of each chapter,may be? When you do the OG questions, concentrate on why the other 4 answers are wrong rather than going with the correct answer. If you follow this approach, you will still have a lot to learn from the OG

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24 Feb 2011, 11:45
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You could try doing the in-action problems at the end of each chapter,may be? When you do the OG questions, concentrate on why the other 4 answers are wrong rather than going with the correct answer. If you follow this approach, you will still have a lot to learn from the OG

thanks once again. should i follow this approach with other topics too .

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24 Feb 2011, 11:46
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I totally agree with "heygirl"

I'll illustrate a simple approach.

You'll need:
1. OG, 12th Edition
2. Manhattan SC Guide

Step I: Choose a set of questions from the OG
1. In the OG, SC section, question number 1 to 46 are easy, 47 to 92 are medium and 93 to 140 are hard. So select 3 easy questions, 2 medium questions and 1 hard question.

2. Try and answer them on your own without timing yourself. When you answer each question, write down why you think the option you chose is right and why the other options are wrong. Then compare what you wrote with the explanation given in the OG. Since each answer choice is wrong on multiple accounts, you'll always notice that you overlooked certain errors in each answer choice. Maintain a list of these errors you overlooked. If you have any doubts regarding the rule stated, consult Manhattan GMAT immediately and read the relevant chapter.
3. Repeat the procedure till you finish all the questions in the OG.
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24 Feb 2011, 11:47
Yes, do that. Another option is buy the OG verbal and quant guides. this will give u some more official practice.
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http://www.manhattangmat.com/articles/7 ... erence.cfm

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24 Feb 2011, 11:55
THANKS FOR THE VALUABLE INFORMATION

Entwistle wrote:
I totally agree with "heygirl"

I'll illustrate a simple approach.

You'll need:
1. OG, 12th Edition
2. Manhattan SC Guide

Step I: Choose a set of questions from the OG
1. In the OG, SC section, question number 1 to 46 are easy, 47 to 92 are medium and 93 to 140 are hard. So select 3 easy questions, 2 medium questions and 1 hard question.

2. Try and answer them on your own without timing yourself. When you answer each question, write down why you think the option you chose is right and why the other options are wrong. Then compare what you wrote with the explanation given in the OG. Since each answer choice is wrong on multiple accounts, you'll always notice that you overlooked certain errors in each answer choice. Maintain a list of these errors you overlooked. If you have any doubts regarding the rule stated, consult Manhattan GMAT immediately and read the relevant chapter.
3. Repeat the procedure till you finish all the questions in the OG.

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