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New post 28 Nov 2019, 04:15
Hey All

Is the nature of actual GMAT CR questions the same as that of OG CR questions?

I am asking this question mainly because I am have done really well in OG but my performance in EGMAT CR scholaranium questions is bad, causing loss of confidence in me. Please give your valuable replies.

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New post 28 Nov 2019, 11:52
gagan03 wrote:
Hey All

Is the nature of actual GMAT CR questions the same as that of OG CR questions?

I am asking this question mainly because I am have done really well in OG but my performance in EGMAT CR scholaranium questions is bad, causing loss of confidence in me. Please give your valuable replies.

Thanks

Gagan


Hello, Gagan. I just wrote a post this morning in response to another query on third-party question accuracy, in terms of predicting performance on the GMAT™. I will reiterate what I said in that thread: Place stock in numbers only when they are tied to official practice tests and materials. Since GMAC™ does not license its retired questions, all outside companies, no matter how well they mimic the real questions, can only come so close. It is important to get a feel for official questions by practicing the same. It is not that the third-party materials you mentioned are worthless--far from it, to which many positive reviews can testify--but that they have their own feel to them. Learn what you can from such material, but always center your preparation on official stuff. You will be grateful down the road.

Keep that head up, work through more questions, and study those mistakes and guesses to keep from repeating them. Good luck.

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