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# mid level problems

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30 Jun 2009, 22:00
does anyone have a comprehensive list of problem types seen at the mid level?

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03 Jul 2009, 07:44
How are you planning to use this information? Perhaps what you are looking for already exists...
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04 Jul 2009, 03:10
bb wrote:
How are you planning to use this information? Perhaps what you are looking for already exists...

I think i'm missing midlevel questions and therefore bringing my score down. I want to make sure I master every question type at least at the mid level. It may very well be that the question types are the same at every level but with corresponding difficulty. I guess im most interested in knowing what question types appear most frequently in the 500-600 area.
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20 Jul 2009, 01:50
you can try here http://www.urch.com/forums/gmat/25566-c ... level.html . Contains an excel with all OG question classified as per the difficulty level.
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20 Jul 2009, 01:51
Oh and I have'nt looked at it just googled and it requires registration before you can download anything.
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20 Jul 2009, 02:35
irajeevsingh wrote:
you can try here. Contains an excel with all OG question classified as per the difficulty level.

This is for OG 10 th edition - it is somewhere on this forum as well but doubt it is helpful since few have that edition...

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