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# OG11 hard bin questions . any idea

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19 Apr 2007, 01:01
Hi,

iwant to know, if anyone has any idea about the hard bin quesyions in OG11? are the questions in ascending order wrt difficulty level?

if yes can some one give me rough idea from where mediun & difficulty level questions start in each level?

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19 Apr 2007, 07:06
zaffarkhan wrote:
Hi,

iwant to know, if anyone has any idea about the hard bin quesyions in OG11? are the questions in ascending order wrt difficulty level?

if yes can some one give me rough idea from where mediun & difficulty level questions start in each level?

Thank you.

Zaffar Khan

They are in order of difficulty. You should test out the waters yourself and see what's difficult for you. I scored a 50 on the quant section. I found the last few questions fairly difficult but was able to come to correct answer after some time, I'll say around 3 minutes.
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19 Apr 2007, 09:40
from last few u mean around last 50 or less. and wat do u think about them r they more difficult than the ones in actual GMAT.?

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19 Apr 2007, 11:07
zaffarkhan wrote:
from last few u mean around last 50 or less. and wat do u think about them r they more difficult than the ones in actual GMAT.?

Last few = 15-20. I remember the last 5-8 of them were particularly difficult. I found the questions on the actual gmat to be easier than my prep work.

Just do a random sampling. Take two questions every 20-25 questions and work with those. Get it? Do questions 1 and 2, then skip to 26 and 27 then 50 and 51. Keep going until the end and time yourself. When you are done, check which questions took you 2 minutes to do. Which questions took you less/more than 2 minutes. That should give you a good idea of where your math level is.
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19 Apr 2007, 21:49

i did 25 questions in DS from 105-130 and got 4 wrong and in PS i did 150-174 and got 2 wrong. i did them as i thought they should be of medium difficulty and i think they are. but most of them are repitition from OG10 which i have finished doing.

anyidea how much repitition is there in OG11 as compared to OG10?
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20 Apr 2007, 07:52
I have no clue b/c I never saw the 10th edition. I was under the impression that there was no repeated questions.
20 Apr 2007, 07:52
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