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The best way to use OG12 and MGMAT books?

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New post 13 Sep 2012, 10:26
hello,
started to go over MGMAT books, now using the SC book. im done with the 1st chapter and it says to do the questions on the OG12.
should i follow the book and do the OG12 questions? or just skip it and once im done with all MGMAT books then start the questions from OG12?
what is the best and efficient way?
i dont want to jump into questions and tests completely unprepared...

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What worked for me was incorporating the OG 12 alongside the Manhattan math series. That way, the concepts were still fresh in my mind so I could reinforce them with question practice. If you wait to finish the Manhattan math books first, you risk forgetting a good bit of the material by the time you attempt the OG.

And don't worry about running out of questions before the actual test. There are literally thousands of high-quality questions out there: OG books, GMATClub tests, and Jeff Sackmann's math sets.
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bmillan01 wrote:
What worked for me was incorporating the OG 12 alongside the Manhattan math series. That way, the concepts were still fresh in my mind so I could reinforce them with question practice. If you wait to finish the Manhattan math books first, you risk forgetting a good bit of the material by the time you attempt the OG.

And don't worry about running out of questions before the actual test. There are literally thousands of high-quality questions out there: OG books, GMATClub tests, and Jeff Sackmann's math sets.


thanks! it helped alot.
i guess ill stick to your advice!
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