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# Official Guide and PP

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02 Aug 2003, 17:19
What is the best strategy in using both PP and the OG. Is it not best to keep a PP test for then end ? Except that this will be skewed by having done most of the questions already. Any suggestions ?
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02 Aug 2003, 18:52
tzolkin wrote:
What is the best strategy in using both PP and the OG. Is it not best to keep a PP test for then end ? Except that this will be skewed by having done most of the questions already. Any suggestions ?

TZ, are you back in the game?

You know my opinion I guess. I did wait till the end to use my PowerPrep's. I thought I would understand GMAT better if I did that; esp after my mind was distorted with Kaplan's Logic and SC rules. That was partially because I did not buy the OG and decided that it would not be helpful.

Anyway, guys, share how you are using Power Prep. It will be interesting to hear.
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06 Aug 2003, 22:07
I am yet to give GMAT - scheduled for Sep. I have taken one PP test (about two months back - 730). I have also completed most of the practice questions (replica of OG ) from PP - these are definitely not there in the Full length tests. Am keeping OG for the last.
06 Aug 2003, 22:07
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# Official Guide and PP

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