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# Should I read The official Guide for GMAT review

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15 Nov 2017, 11:27
Hi Guys,
I've just a quick question for those who've read the Kaplan book Premier and the Official Guide for GMAT review, I've just finished reading the materials and the practice questions in the Kaplan Book. I am thinking to practice the staff that I've just learned. So, I bought the Official Guide for GMAT review. But I found there are materials before the questions in the book. what do you think guys, should I read the materials which I think are repetitive or start practicing directly the questions and then jump to the verbal section.

Also, What is the difference between The Official Guide for GMAT review (Math Section) and The Official GMAT Quantitative Review?
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15 Nov 2017, 20:13
mohd_int wrote:
Hi Guys,
I've just a quick question for those who've read the Kaplan book Premier and the Official Guide for GMAT review, I've just finished reading the materials and the practice questions in the Kaplan Book. I am thinking to practice the staff that I've just learned. So, I bought the Official Guide for GMAT review. But I found there are materials before the questions in the book. what do you think guys, should I read the materials which I think are repetitive or start practicing directly the questions and then jump to the verbal section.

Also, What is the difference between The Official Guide for GMAT review (Math Section) and The Official GMAT Quantitative Review?

If you are comfortable with concepts you can directly jump to the questions because they will be, to a large extent, repetitive.

The Official Guide for GMAT review (Math Section) and The Official GMAT Quantitative Review both have 100+ questions for practice. The questions are not the same and hence you can choose to practice from both if you are looking for more official questions.
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16 Nov 2017, 07:48
mohd_int wrote:
Hi Guys,
I've just a quick question for those who've read the Kaplan book Premier and the Official Guide for GMAT review, I've just finished reading the materials and the practice questions in the Kaplan Book. I am thinking to practice the staff that I've just learned. So, I bought the Official Guide for GMAT review. But I found there are materials before the questions in the book. what do you think guys, should I read the materials which I think are repetitive or start practicing directly the questions and then jump to the verbal section.

Also, What is the difference between The Official Guide for GMAT review (Math Section) and The Official GMAT Quantitative Review?

OG is must as it consists of retired GMAT questions. Problem is most of them retired 10 years back. However, I am told sometimes GMAC reuses these retired questions.

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16 Nov 2017, 07:51
OG is best for everything
just use official ones you can take ref from others but for verbal only OG
Re: Should I read The official Guide for GMAT review &nbs [#permalink] 16 Nov 2017, 07:51
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