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# OG vs Real GMAT

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27 Aug 2007, 23:05
I recently read on the forums that OG quant is a bit easier than the real GMAT.

How accurate is this statement? How much harder is the actual GMAT quant. Can't imagine its anything like MGMAT quant .

Also what about the verbal? RC passages prolly don't have as many questions as in the OG.

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28 Aug 2007, 02:24
I think most difficult OG questions fall in 650-700 level and to crack 700, you need bit more. Try out Challenges for quant and kaplan 800 for verbal. Just my 2 cents on this.

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28 Aug 2007, 06:52
i agree with trahul regarding level of OG quant difficulty. i found it lacks some areas that i find challenging like tough geometry, comb/perm/prob, and std deviation

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28 Aug 2007, 07:12
also agree, it seems that if you're aiming for top tier schools, you should practice with some other outside resources

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28 Aug 2007, 07:12
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# OG vs Real GMAT

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