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Hi friends,

After studying very well the concepts in the MGMAT SC book, I am practicing the questions in the OG12th. According to many GMAT takers who have scored well, we have not only practice but read each explanation of the OG. And that's what I am doing now.

However, I have noticed that it is taking me a lot of time. Sometimes, one explanation can take me 30 minutes! because I find that the explanations are not good, sometimes they are not complete or not well explained. So, I complement that explanation with the explanations in the forums.

I would like to know whether you had the same problem, and how you solve(d) it. I think that understanding the explanations shouldn't take a lot of time. Maybe I'm having this additional problem because I am not native speaker.

I would appreciate your help.
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I would not take it as a negative but you do need to figure out the explanation and why each answer choice is correct/wrong.

I would probably search on the forum - chances are many other folks missed it and asked the question. Make sure that if you encounter anything unfamiliar in the OG, esp. in the OG, you get to the bottom of it.
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Aristotle Prep has OG 12 SC solution. There is a sample doc - you can check that.
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