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I am just wondering how difficult the gmatprep level is compared to OG11 and Manhattan? I find most of the OG11,Manhattan or other verbal questions easy compared to gmatprep exam[I almost get 50% wrong :( in Gmatprep].I got my exam scheduled in the 1st week of Sep and I am losing my sleep. Can someone advice how to attack the gmatprep questions?

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New post 01 Aug 2009, 20:23
Are you referring to Quant or Verbals ?

If it is verbals , is it RC/CR/SC or all of them ?
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New post 02 Aug 2009, 01:02
GMATPrep has format and level of the problems that are close to real exam. In order to go a right direction you should answer WHY, why did you get 50% wrong? time, verbal, concentration, lack of solid concepts?.... The more precisely you will identify your whys the better you will plan your preparation. I would recommend even post your whys here.
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New post 02 Aug 2009, 04:47
at first i think u shld do all og edition then come to gmatprep

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New post 02 Aug 2009, 06:51
In my opinion, OG has been a little easier; however, you have got to taken into account the fact that while you're doing OG, chances are you're not timing yourself, allowing yourself the maximum amount of time to do a problem. Even then, once you finish a question, you have the ability to flip to the explanation page and see if you thoughts and answers were correct. I think that if you can answer most of the last few questions, at least for quant, in OG, you're pretty solid in math and should be able to score Q40 or above on GMATPrep. I personally don't think the verbal is the exact comparison to the GMATPrep. I think what it all boils down to is that GMATPrep, you're forced to do a certain problem in a certain amount of time because you're timed. Pressure adds to that very insecurity that you're not able to check your answer right then and there. If this were truly the case, I'd suggest doing your OG or any practice problems in a timed fashion. This will model the pressure (definitely not the same type of pressure as taking GMATPrep, but similar) that you'll be facing when you're taking a whole exam, be it GMATPrep or the actual GMAT.
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