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OG Hard Questions v/s Real GMAT Hard Questions

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New post 19 Nov 2012, 03:15
Hi

I am using OG 12 and the two other verbal books.

Could someone please let me know if the hard questions (700+) on the Real GMAT are comparable to those in the OG books for all the sections?

Also, I have two weeks as from today for the big test. I am spending lots of time reviewing notes and past questions, especially for Quants and SC. I am also working individual questions under time conditions just to improve on the time management.

I have one week off work before the exam.

Any other advice please?

Thanks

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If you pick at least 80% of all question in OG 12 13 and math and verbal review you are in a good shape.

Take CAT by mba, this one is the best tool for comparison with real exam.

I notice that most of the question are similar to OG pf course.

remember that (personl experience) the questions and their paths are proposed by gmat over and over again, is standard.

Take your time to evalute a lot the statement (rephrasing), especially in DS or CR or SC think with your pencil not with your brain, do not understimate tha power to jot down the question and what 's going on, for huge amount of value try to spot paths in the question..........do not rush. If you for example evaluate properly the question even for 1.30 you can solve it within 2 minutes.

keep in mind all this. :)

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