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Quick question to those who have watched all Thursdays with Ron videos.

I am preparing for the GMAT from the 10 MGMAT guides.

Are the concepts which are taught by Ron covered in the MGMAT guides OR should the Thursdays with Ron videos be watched in addition to MGMAT guides?

I'd be really grateful if you could help me out here.

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I'd recommend going through MGMAT study guides first. Ron analyzes the official questions, explaining common traps and providing strategies to tackle the questions.
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parthjain68 wrote:
Quick question to those who have watched all Thursdays with Ron videos.

I am preparing for the GMAT from the 10 MGMAT guides.

Are the concepts which are taught by Ron covered in the MGMAT guides OR should the Thursdays with Ron videos be watched in addition to MGMAT guides?

I'd be really grateful if you could help me out here.

Best,
Parth Jain


Some of the concepts in Thursdays with Ron are covered in the strategy guides in depth. Others are just touched on, or are dealt with slightly differently in the strategy guides (there are a lot of problems on the GMAT that can be handled in more than one way!). The MPrep strategy guides at least touch on everything that can appear on the GMAT, so it's not like you'll be missing any content areas completely if you don't watch Thursdays with Ron. But a lot of students have found them useful as a way to get a second, sometimes deeper look at a topic.
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