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01 Dec 2006, 14:06
Can folks who have taken the GMAT recently throw some light on the degree of difficulty of the math section and verbal section of the ACTUAL test compared to the GMATPREP ?
Also, if you can elaborate on the type of questions in math that would be gr8.

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23 Mar 2007, 08:34
Based on whatever I have read on the forums, I believe GMATPrep is easier than the actual GMAT itself....so probably doing harder questions (like the GMATClub Challenges) should help

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23 Mar 2007, 10:46
sujayb wrote:
Can folks who have taken the GMAT recently throw some light on the degree of difficulty of the math section and verbal section of the ACTUAL test compared to the GMATPREP ?
Also, if you can elaborate on the type of questions in math that would be gr8.

Thanks

same difficulty

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