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I have a certain file with the name GMAT quant 700-800 level questions. The PDF has a lot questions on the various GMAT topics. Some of these questions were derived from Magoosh, Kaplan, Manhattan Prep, GMAC official guide, etc.
I'd like to know if anyone has studied with it before and if yes, what was the outcome? I don't want to waste time on it, if I shouldn't. Does anyone have any take on this?
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Hi MrJglass,

The potential issue with studying from these types of documents is that the exact 'source' of the questions might not be clear - and working through those questions can lead to 'inflated' results later on.

For example, if you had a document that included all of the 'hardest' questions from the Official GMAC practice CATs (but the document didn't clearly state that fact) - and you worked through those questions BEFORE taking the Official CATs 3, 4, 5 and 6, then you would know the correct answers to lots of the most difficult questions in advance - and THAT knowledge would completely 'throw off' the Scoring Algorithm, your CAT results and impact your pacing, energy levels, fatigue, etc.

The potential harm could be severe - you would think that you were scoring at a much higher level than you actually were, you'd go into Test Day not properly prepared AND you'd end up working through a bunch of practice CATs that were not useful to you. Considering how important a high GMAT Score is - and the amount of time and effort that most Test Takers would need to spend to earn that type of Score - the risk of working through these types of documents is far too high to be considered a good idea.

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Hmm, telling points indeed. Thanks!
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