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# OG11 by type?

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04 May 2006, 10:56
Hi-
does anyone know if such a list exists where quant questions in OG11 are listed by type?
Meanting each type of question - mixture, number properties, work, factorization, probablility, etc....

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08 May 2006, 08:52
I know the Manhattan GMAT books have suggested questions from the OG that correspond to each subject guide. That's the closest I've found.

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08 May 2006, 10:15
Yeah- I actually have the word translations one. That is what im talking about. I was wondering if there was a list for all question types floating around...

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08 May 2006, 10:53
If you dont want to buy all the MGMAT books, I suppose to could go to a bookstore and copy the pages that have the suggested problems for each study guide. I think it's only two or three pages per book.

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