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Hey, so I have been studying GMAT for a while. I did basics from Kaplan then moved on to ETS practice book.

I'm planning to give GMAT in a month and I've heard about OG for practice along with questions on GMAT club. Will this suffice for the GMAT? I attempted a few questions in the 700 above range and I did fairly well.

So, which books/practice sets do you suggest for achieving 700+ at least?

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Welcome to GMAT Club!

I'd recommend starting here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/ultimate-ver ... 33279.html

Then, visit each of the subforums (RC, CR, and SC), and check out the "sticky" threads that are toward the top of the list -- especially some of the question compilations and megathreads by souvik101990 and carcass, two of the most heroic GMAT Club members.

There's more than enough material there to keep you busy for a month. :)

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Hey, so I have been studying GMAT for a while. I did basics from Kaplan then moved on to ETS practice book.

I'm planning to give GMAT in a month and I've heard about OG for practice along with questions on GMAT club. Will this suffice for the GMAT? I attempted a few questions in the 700 above range and I did fairly well.

So, which books/practice sets do you suggest for achieving 700+ at least?


Hi koolhunk ,
Besides OG, you can also try the verbal review which is also an official source. Also, it will be wise to take one of the GMAT Prep tests to gauge your prep.
eGMAT Scholaranium is an excellent tool and contains decent question collection of verbal questions.
You can also search for MGMAT and Veritas Prep questions available in GMAT club.

Hope this helps!! :)
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The Official Guide (and its Verbal-only companion, the Official Guide for Verbal Review) are the best resources for questions. They consist of retired official GMAT questions, so although they aren't perfect, they're the closest you can get to seeing what will actually be on the test.

If you'd rather work on a computer - and there are some advantages to doing that, since the actual test is on a computer! - you can also download the GMATPrep software from mba.com. It comes with a small number of official questions; you can also download a package of 400 more official questions for $30 from the same site.
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I think that search button is seriously underused :) On the forum questions are usually categorized by source, topic, and level of difficulty so you can find anything that you need to practice. Just hit the 'Question bank' button that can be found at the top of each subforum page, right to the 'new topic' button.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags
I suggest that you look for GmatPrep material if you haven't used it up.

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