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04 Apr 2006, 17:56
Hi
I have been reading on the forum that the level of toughness on the Math section has gone up since P Vue has taken over and that a revision of OG 11 may not suffice in terms of prepardness.
Does anyone have suggestions for practice on Math section considering this?
My exam is scheduled for the end of this month and am hoping that some of you might be able to help suggest what strategies to use to work on tougher questions.

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04 Apr 2006, 20:54
I think that you have already found the best source for tough questions. I would just work through problems on this site. Have you tried any of the challenges yet? This site along with OG11 should provide you with more than enough preparation material. Just make sure to really understand the concept of every problem that you do not get right and thoroughly analyze your mistakes. Good luck.

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04 Apr 2006, 21:27
Thanks for the response Charlie45.

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04 Apr 2006, 21:36
Based on the Quantitative score you are looking to achieve, you might want to consider the following sources:

Q 30-35 ---> Kaplan, Princeton Review, Arco, OG 10/11

Q 36-40 ---> Veritas, OG 10/11 (Official Guide doesn`t offer many 40+ level questions) This seems to be the "cutoff point" for most prep books and software applications.

Q 41-45 ---> MGMAT Archives, Ascent

Q 46+ ---> GMATClub challenges

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05 Apr 2006, 12:14
thanks for the response GMATT73.

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05 Apr 2006, 12:46
i would also include Kaplan 800 for 46+

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