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New post 29 Jul 2009, 19:54
Hi all, quick question, I just so happen to have a clean, brand-new SAT book from Princeton Review. I haven't even opened it, suffice to say all the questions in there are fresh. It's the newest (2009) Princeton Review 11 full SAT tests (obviously meant for high school students to study for their SAT). I was wondering if anyone has done a comparison between the SC and RC from SAT? Is it, in any way, comparable to GMAT? If so, I may just use that as one of my prep source for additional questions. What are your thoughts?
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New post 29 Jul 2009, 20:28
My gut instinct tells me that you should prep with official GMAT material.
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New post 29 Jul 2009, 20:42
I completely agree, and I will certainly prep with official GMAT material. I'm just wondering if it would be a waste of time should I use the SAT book. It just so happens that I have a SAT-test book that I can choose to utilize. However, I don't want to waste my time if it's not a good match for GMAT...
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I think it can be used to freshen up the basics. But you should plan on giving more time of GMAT books.
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i think you shld only consider og 10,11,12 for gmat
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New post 02 Aug 2009, 05:42
sounds good, i'll probably just open it up when i truly have no other GMAT material to deal with =D
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