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# OG 12 - level categorization

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10 Oct 2011, 13:05
Hi GMAT Club Members / GMAT Experts

I have a quick question on OG 12. I've been doing practice questions in OG 12 (mostly verbal questions). Just wondering if there is information available that categorizes the level of each question (i.e.: 700+ level, 600-700 level, etc) in the verbal section of OG12. I just want to get a sense what level of the verbal questions I have been doing right/wrong. Thanks for your help in advance.

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See here: gmat-club-guide-to-the-gmat-official-guide-12th-ed-85956.html

Also, other tools are available here: gmat-tools-119941.html
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10 Oct 2011, 13:51
Thanks for your help. These links are helpful. I've downloaded the spreadsheet and realized the questions are classified as 3 categories (easy, medium and hard). Could you please further clarify how these correspond to GMAT score level (i.e.: hard = 700+ level, medium = 600 -700 level, etc)? Thanks.

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10 Oct 2011, 13:56
tripledegree wrote:
Thanks for your help. These links are helpful. I've downloaded the spreadsheet and realized the questions are classified as 3 categories (easy, medium and hard). Could you please further clarify how these correspond to GMAT score level (i.e.: hard = 700+ level, medium = 600 -700 level, etc)? Thanks.

Yes, as supposedly the OG 12 is arranged in the order of difficulty (the further down the book the questions are, the harder they are). However, you should really only measure your progress with tests, not questions.

P.S. I am assuming you are timing yourself, right?
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