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09 Aug 2018, 10:06
I read theory given in og for cr and did 40 questions and was able to maintain accuracy of approx 85% do i need to refer to powerscore or keep solving questions and analyse the mistakes?

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09 Aug 2018, 10:13
manjot123 wrote:
I read theory given in og for cr and did 40 questions and was able to maintain accuracy of approx 85% do i need to refer to powerscore or keep solving questions and analyse the mistakes?

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I think 85% accuracy is a lot better you shouldn't go to powerscore unless you find CR Hard in Mock exams. Just keep it up with more practice your accuracy will improve

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09 Aug 2018, 10:18
manjot123 wrote:
I read theory given in og for cr and did 40 questions and was able to maintain accuracy of approx 85% do i need to refer to powerscore or keep solving questions and analyse the mistakes?

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Though OGs are the best book to start your preparation with, but I would recommend you to go through the exercise if not theory of both MGMAT CR guide and Powerscore bible. Track your accuracy accordingly, if you are comfortable with the questions given in both the books, you do not need to go through theory part, but if you see your accuracy plummet in either of the exercise of aforementioned books, going through the theory part makes more sense.
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09 Aug 2018, 10:20
Did you finish the first 40 questions? If so, then the questions in the beginning are the eaiser ones.
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09 Aug 2018, 10:41
I did first 40 questions rather than finding right answer i was looking for why rest of options are wrong.

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09 Aug 2018, 23:21
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I read theory given in og for cr and did 40 questions and was able to maintain accuracy of approx 85% do i need to refer to powerscore or keep solving questions and analyse the mistakes?

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Hi manjot123,

I would recommend you to go ahead with powerscore. It is always better to familiarize yourself with different question types and tips to answer them efficiently. Plus powerscore has some great questions after each chapter, which will indeed help you solidify your concepts.

Hope this helps. All the best!!
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13 Aug 2018, 08:46
I second powerscore as well. It certainly does dissect the CR neatly into parts that helps you to understand what the examination is trying to test you really well. Even though the book is quite thick, i think it's a good investment.
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