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# OG difficulty level??

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01 Feb 2007, 14:08
This might be a weird question, but do the question numbers in OG generally correspond to a certain difficulty level? (say 500-600 , 600-650â€¦etc?)I am trying to determine what level to start at. I know its best to just start w/ the GMATprep CAT, and determine where you sit, but Iâ€™m just curious.

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01 Feb 2007, 15:25
The best way to determine your starting point is to take a sample test.

You can download the official sample tests from http://www.mba.com. The software you are looking for is GMATPrep.

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Re: OG difficulty level?? [#permalink]

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02 Feb 2007, 13:15
mitch25 wrote:
This might be a weird question, but do the question numbers in OG generally correspond to a certain difficulty level? (say 500-600 , 600-650â€¦etc?)I am trying to determine what level to start at. I know its best to just start w/ the GMATprep CAT, and determine where you sit, but Iâ€™m just curious.

Thanks!

My feeling is that you should start out doing the first third of each section. If you have difficulty with these, you might be in for a long prep time. This along with a diagnostic CAT will help you determine where you are. If you are aiming to score 700+, reserve the last third until you feel adequately prepped. The middle third can be used for regular practice as you are learning the format of the test and refreshing old math concepts.

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