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Guide to the GMAT Official Guide 2018

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New post 01 Nov 2017, 08:05
Hello BB,

Thank you for a great post.

Did anyone made a PDF document of all the questions using "add question to PDF question list" option.If yes, can you please share,so that I can print or save it to Ipad and use it study on my commute to work.

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New post 04 Nov 2017, 01:07
When I buy a book following a link to Amazon, it says something about online - how does it work, they provide some kind of code?
I am in Central Asia, so getting a book would take a while - I won't be able to activate this kind prior to getting a print version of the book?
Interesting to note that prices at Amazon are lower than those at Mba.com
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Another thing I do not understand - they still have much more question in a book only format? Is there a way to buy the same question bank just online - so that I don't have to wait for delivery? Your advise will be much appreciated!
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Anyone able to help with this? Much appreciated
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If you mean a similar excel file - I guess a response should come from BB - founder of the site, you could try to send him a private message may be... Imho, if you buy a book you get a free access to gmat/wiley - and there will be all statistic you need
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I was struggle with the finding the PS question type for a while.
Thanks bb for your great helping it's really help me a lot!
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It says this file is not supported on my version of Excel. Can you help?
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It says this file is not supported on my version of Excel. Can you help?

Hi Cbtaylor ,

Sorry to hear that the original document is not working on your version of Excel (which version?). In the meantime, you can use my Google Doc version instead:

GMAT Club Guide the the GMAT Official Guide 2018 - Google Docs version edited by Brian McElroy
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Cbtaylor wrote:
It says this file is not supported on my version of Excel. Can you help?


What is the version of your Excel? Could you provide the captured image of that error dialog?
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I got it to work, thank you all!

Is there an error log for the GMAT quant and verbal books? They’re amazing and so helpful in keeping track of topics to focus on.

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Cbtaylor wrote:
I got it to work, thank you all!

Is there an error log for the GMAT quant and verbal books? They’re amazing and so helpful in keeping track of topics to focus on.

Posted from my mobile device


I'm afraid that there aren't error log for Quant and Verbal books. However, you could try this one since its Timer is improved and it could work with any source.
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Hey guys,
It seems that v2.5 doesn't have timer sheet. Although, "GMAT Club Guide to OG 2018 v2.xlsm" which I got it from "The Official Guide for GMAT © Review 2018" is ok.
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New post 25 Apr 2018, 16:32
Hi!

Thanks a bunch for this report! Immensely grateful for your efforts!

Just wanted to point out an error in the Diagnostic Test Verbal part: Question 29 => The correct answer is B, not E.


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New post 31 May 2018, 00:04
can someone please share error log for verbal and quant review 2015- 2018?
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New post 10 Jun 2018, 21:33
Hi,

The GMAT Guide to OG 2018.xlsm is very helpful. Could anyone let me know if there are are similar excels for Quant Review and Verbal review for current as well as past editions?

Would be really helpful.

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Hey guys,
It seems that v2.5 doesn't have timer sheet. Although, "GMAT Club Guide to OG 2018 v2.xlsm" which I got it from "The Official Guide for GMAT © Review 2018" is ok.


Hi bb / broall

The thank you's aren't really enough but still THANK YOU for this.
Can you confirm if the sheet attached on the "The Official Guide for GMAT © Review 2018" thread by carcass is the latest one?
I also can't get the timer to work on that one, I tried the fix mentioned in previous posts to change the question number column format to number.
The one attached on this thread v2.5 doesn't have a timer.
Pardon the pet peeve, the error log and identifying the questions per topic is all i wanted, all in all I very much appreciate for putting this together.

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This is honestly incredible - thank you so much!

How do people feel about the difficulty levels assigned to questions within this Guide? I've just finished working through PS & DS and I must say, there are numerous examples where my experience in answering the questions is very different to the assigned difficulty level of the question.

Are people experiencing the same thing or is it just me? Obviously, I'm aware that some questions play to certain people's strengths/weaknesses which may make them easier/harder to answer but it felt like it was happening to me too often.

How is the difficulty level calculated?
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This is honestly incredible - thank you so much!

How do people feel about the difficulty levels assigned to questions within this Guide? I've just finished working through PS & DS and I must say, there are numerous examples where my experience in answering the questions is very different to the assigned difficulty level of the question.

Are people experiencing the same thing or is it just me? Obviously, I'm aware that some questions play to certain people's strengths/weaknesses which may make them easier/harder to answer but it felt like it was happening to me too often.

How is the difficulty level calculated?
I'd advise you not to worry too much about exactly how tough the questions are. As for how tough they seem to you, that's something that's going to happen on the actual exam as well. The difficulty level of the questions is decided during the pretesting process. But that difficulty level may or may not apply to individuals. For example, if you are particularly good at working through questions on Geometry, you might feel that a Geometry question that almost everyone else found very difficult was very easy.
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AleDiTrapani89 wrote:
This is honestly incredible - thank you so much!

How do people feel about the difficulty levels assigned to questions within this Guide? I've just finished working through PS & DS and I must say, there are numerous examples where my experience in answering the questions is very different to the assigned difficulty level of the question.

Are people experiencing the same thing or is it just me? Obviously, I'm aware that some questions play to certain people's strengths/weaknesses which may make them easier/harder to answer but it felt like it was happening to me too often.

How is the difficulty level calculated?
I'd advise you not to worry too much about exactly how tough the questions are. As for how tough they seem to you, that's something that's going to happen on the actual exam as well. The difficulty level of the questions is decided during the [pretesting process. But that difficulty level may or may not apply to individuals. For example, if you are particularly good at working through questions on Geometry, you might feel that a Geometry question that almost everyone else found very difficult was very easy.


Makes sense - thanks for the response.
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