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How do 700+ scorers perform with OG questions?

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Just wondering what your experience with OG has been.

I am through more than half of it (in four days).

I have taken 100 problems at a time (in the proper ratio) in a timed environment (I give myself 150 minutes total).
I usually get between 4 and 8 wrong per 100 problems (often evenly distributed between sections).
My total percentage correct under these conditions is 93%.

I find the quant to be a lot easier than anything i have seen in other books. Often those that I get wrong are due to careless mistakes. Data sufficiency in particular has been very easy (an not as time consuming).

Any thoughts as to where I stack up, and how "successful" gmaters tend to do with these problems?

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By the way, anyone can share his or her thoughts (not just 700+ scorers)

As I progress though the OG, I'm noticing that the questions in each section are getting more difficult. I'm about 2/3 of the way through now.



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The OG is a good source, but like you are already doing, make sure it is under timed conditions.

The only bad thing about OG, is that you will see only a few 700 type questions. Most of them are in the 650 range. You also stated you are getting about 90% plus right. That is pretty good since you are doing about 100 at a time.

I would say you have a strong chance to hit the 700s. And would be interested in hearing about your score.

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ftoor,

I took the test on Sep 16

I have a long post in the "Share Your Experience" section.

Final score was 740


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