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# Is the OG or MGMAT more representive of the actual GMAT?

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12 Dec 2007, 19:08
I have found that the OG questions are too easy, and that the MGMAT questions are extremely hard. Is the real GMAT somewhere in between? Anyone who has already taken the test could shed some light on this subject.

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12 Dec 2007, 19:29
I have not take MGMAT tests , my friends who took it say it is a rep. to some extent.
OG is way too easy.

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12 Dec 2007, 21:21
Actually both are not accurate representatives. OG problems are easier than the real GMAT while the MGMAT problems take way too long. Unless you are one of those quantitative geniuses who get 50/51 on the practice tests, MGMAT might help destroy your confidence. Though the questions are good for practice as long as you are aware that they are hard.

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12 Dec 2007, 22:13
gluon, what's your take on verbal, though?

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13 Dec 2007, 03:29
jingy77 wrote:
I have found that the OG questions are too easy, and that the MGMAT questions are extremely hard. Is the real GMAT somewhere in between? Anyone who has already taken the test could shed some light on this subject.

OG is a waste because its too easy.
MGMAT rocks because it's pretty hard.

My take is that to do well on this test, you need to be very comfortable with the hard stuff out there so my vote totally goes for MGMAT. As mentioned above, just be aware that MGMAT is quite hard. Learn from it and don't let it shatter your confidence.

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13 Dec 2007, 04:44
try gmatclub.com challenges

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13 Dec 2007, 06:28
thanks guys. Yeah, I think MGMAT has shaken my confidence a little. But the only thing is that I see all the high test scorers getting upper 40's - 50's on their practice MGMAT scores. Not only high test takers, but it seems like a lot of people.

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13 Dec 2007, 06:28
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