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# OG REVIEW 11th Edition

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Joined: 24 Oct 2007
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04 Dec 2007, 10:00
I just want to know if this book really works. I have been doing the questions over and over for the past two months. I am going to take my first practice test this weekend. By doing these questions over and over, they have become very easy. i just want to know if this book really is a mirror of the actual test.

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04 Dec 2007, 10:04
It is VERY helpful, although I think alot of the math in the book is much easier than what is on the test.

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04 Dec 2007, 10:31
my gameplan in order is to:

1) cover all manhattan guides to give me some sort of substance to work with ( i just started studying for the gmat a couple weeks ago)

2) then head over to the og guides, plus the verbal + math supplements.

3) and finally over to the practice sets available here on this site. i want to go through all 25 sets and 5 verbal sets so i make sure i get well-rounded and thorough practice.

that is my plan. i am taking the exam in the 2nd half of 2008 so i am giving myself adequate time for preparation. i work fulltime and go to school fulltime as well so this is gona be fun.

if anyone can give other advice on preparing for the gmat since i have a lot of time - i would truly appreciate it! i've gone through a lot of the debriefs and i have a good idea of what i need to cover.
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04 Dec 2007, 11:49
i am working the Challenges first and then concentrating on the last 1/3 oF both OG11 and OGquant. Then I will focus one month on CR using only OG11 and OGverbal.

Then I will do 2 MGMAT practice tests and review all mistakes. Then I wil do GMATprep 1 and 2.

Then I will take GMAT and move on to CFA L2.

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04 Dec 2007, 12:05
nice plan, hype. did you use anything (books or anything online) to brush up on your math? or did you just hit the challenges as your first step?
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04 Dec 2007, 12:05
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