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What is the best souce of Verbal Qs to practice? (OG? Mnht? Ver? etc)

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New post 15 Apr 2016, 04:16
Hi everyone,

Hope these 700's keep coming in,

As for me I'd like to know your (unbiased ;) ) opinion about what is the best source for practice questions for Verbal section.

I noticed that many sources have inferior standart questions, since it's very difficult to create a good up-to-standart question for Verbal section.

Of course OG is a must like it or not, but about other companies? Which ones you think offer the best-written questions that will offer you the right level of difficulty when you practice?

Thank you for your feedback!
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iliavko wrote:
Hi everyone,

Hope these 700's keep coming in,

As for me I'd like to know your (unbiased ;) ) opinion about what is the best source for practice questions for Verbal section.

I noticed that many sources have inferior standart questions, since it's very difficult to create a good up-to-standart question for Verbal section.

Of course OG is a must like it or not, but about other companies? Which ones you think offer the best-written questions that will offer you the right level of difficulty when you practice?

Thank you for your feedback!


Hi iliavko,

The best way to know about a course is to go through the reviews of the people who have already taken the course.
You can find plenty of reviews here:
http://gmatclub.com/reviews/gmat_courses/

Most of the preparatory companies including ours offer a free trial of our course. You can take the trial and see if the course suits your needs.
In addition to the preparatory material, buy the Official Guides(both the Official Guide and the Verbal Review), Question Pack 1 and the 4 official mock CATs. They should be an indispensable part of your preparation.
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The Official Guide is your best bet for practice questions. It's my belief that with very few exceptions, you can get all of the practice you need to do very well on the GMAT by using the Official Guide plus a good GMAT course.

There's also the Official Guide for Verbal Review, which is a smaller book with only Verbal questions. But it's the same deal - actual, retired GMAT questions. Get the 2016 versions of these; there aren't tons of changes from the previous versions, but there have been a few small but significant ones, and about 1/4 of the questions are brand new.
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New post 08 Apr 2018, 18:52
ccooley wrote:
The Official Guide is your best bet for practice questions. It's my belief that with very few exceptions, you can get all of the practice you need to do very well on the GMAT by using the Official Guide plus a good GMAT course.

There's also the Official Guide for Verbal Review, which is a smaller book with only Verbal questions. But it's the same deal - actual, retired GMAT questions. Get the 2016 versions of these; there aren't tons of changes from the previous versions, but there have been a few small but significant ones, and about 1/4 of the questions are brand new.


There are so many editions of the OG available. Which one would you recommend practicing from? Also what should an ideal study session (for say 75 minutes with no interruptions) look like - should I do 5-7 RCs or mix it up with DS, PS, CR and SC? I am asking because a) I am a little overwhelmed with which resource to use - there's GMATClub (with the timer simulator and everything), then there's GMATPrep software which practice questions and finally the OG guides and b) I am losing a little bit of momentum because I do not have a set daily study plan (unless you call solving GMAT Club 700-level questions a good daily practice strategy).

Thanks for your time in advance!
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