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Sources for RC and CR

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New post 11 Apr 2012, 21:36
Hi All,

I am planning to use Powerscore for CR and MGMAT for RC.

But I have a feeling that, the way some of the questions are structured in RC and CR are similar. Or at least that some strategies from CR by default apply in RC.

Does anyone else have the same opinion. And in such a case, would it make sense to refer to two different sources for these topics.

Any insight into this would be very helpful.

Thanks in advance.
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I personally think its better to refer to the two sources and stdy for both of them. There's always some tips you get from RC that you could leverage off of and apply to your CR but I think the GMAT tests both of the two sections separately enough that you would be better off getting enough practice through both your sources

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