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21 Jun 2011, 18:24
I wanted to know

Are the sums in the Workout Sets at the end of the books representative of the difficult sums likely to seen on the GMAT ? or are they beyond GMAT level?
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21 Jun 2011, 18:30
Bb has written a review of these books. You might want to read his reviews once.

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21 Jun 2011, 19:04
subhashghosh wrote:
Bb has written a review of these books. You might want to read his reviews once.

I have already been through that post. It doesn't answer my question.

The reason for my question is that the book has a few problems which I found ridiculously difficult, the question itself was difficult to understand. But if these questions are what I am likely to see on the GMAT (even close), then I guess I ll have to attack them.

P.S. I am scoring 47-48 in Quant.
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21 Jun 2011, 19:13
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GMAT doesn't ask very difficult questions in Quant, although you might want to practice those for enhancing your prowess. Then again, as per my experience/observation, every book gives a mixture of questions of various difficulty levels. Perhaps you can keep the severly tough problems aside for now, and return to attack them once you score 49+ consistently. The other thing is, my opinion is slightly subjective as I have not seen the book/contents.
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