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10 Jan 2013, 07:46
Dear All,
I have just finished the 3 MGMAT study guides for verbal 5th edn.
(SC, CR and RC)
Should I now move to the Quant guides or practice my verbal now, take tests etc.

I have OG12. I am planning to buy OG Verbal and Quantitative Review Guides, as they come recommended by MGMAT.

For IR, I will be preparing from MGMAT guide. I think it should be sufficient. I dont want to buy new OG'13, just for IR.

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10 Jan 2013, 07:58
I honestly think you should have completed the MGMAT books in order (i.e. start with the quantitative books). If you have not completed the OG problems that MGMAT recommends, you might as well just go through the verbal books again. If you decide not to, I would go through the quantitative books and the refresh yourself on the verbal section. Some people recommend taking a GMATPrep test halfway through your prep, but I disagree. I saved both of my GMATPrep tests for the end.

If you are using the 5th edition on the MGMAT guides, you will the OG 13. OG 12 is meant for the 4th edition of MGMAT. I would suggest getting OG 13 because of the aforementioned reason, but also because it includes IR prep. Have a look at this thread for some more IR prep.

I hope that helps
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12 Jan 2013, 08:18
commdiver wrote:
I honestly think you should have completed the MGMAT books in order (i.e. start with the quantitative books). If you have not completed the OG problems that MGMAT recommends, you might as well just go through the verbal books again. If you decide not to, I would go through the quantitative books and the refresh yourself on the verbal section. Some people recommend taking a GMATPrep test halfway through your prep, but I disagree. I saved both of my GMATPrep tests for the end.

If you are using the 5th edition on the MGMAT guides, you will the OG 13. OG 12 is meant for the 4th edition of MGMAT. I would suggest getting OG 13 because of the aforementioned reason, but also because it includes IR prep. Have a look at this thread for some more IR prep.

I hope that helps

Hi Commdiver,

Thanks, I started with verbal, coz quant was not that big a issue for me.
I am facing the issue, as u also mentioned, with MGMAT 5th ed books as it refers to OG13. Is their any guide/help to tell what were those question for OG12?

KR,

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14 Jan 2013, 19:36
cumulonimbus wrote:
commdiver wrote:
I honestly think you should have completed the MGMAT books in order (i.e. start with the quantitative books). If you have not completed the OG problems that MGMAT recommends, you might as well just go through the verbal books again. If you decide not to, I would go through the quantitative books and the refresh yourself on the verbal section. Some people recommend taking a GMATPrep test halfway through your prep, but I disagree. I saved both of my GMATPrep tests for the end.

If you are using the 5th edition on the MGMAT guides, you will the OG 13. OG 12 is meant for the 4th edition of MGMAT. I would suggest getting OG 13 because of the aforementioned reason, but also because it includes IR prep. Have a look at this thread for some more IR prep.

I hope that helps

Hi Commdiver,

Thanks, I started with verbal, coz quant was not that big a issue for me.
I am facing the issue, as u also mentioned, with MGMAT 5th ed books as it refers to OG13. Is their any guide/help to tell what were those question for OG12?

KR,

I think this is what you're looking for. Download the OG13 vs OG12: breakdown-of-official-guide-13th-edition-vs-12th-edition-133151.html
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02 Mar 2013, 21:59
I think this is what you're looking for. Download the OG13 vs OG12: breakdown-of-official-guide-13th-edition-vs-12th-edition-133151.html[/quote]

Thanks

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