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# What is the latest trend in GMAT???

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26 Sep 2011, 22:16
Hi Guys,

No alarms here...Just a normal question..

What is latest trend in GMAT exams with regards to RC passages??Are we seeing more of short passages or long passages or both?

Apparently shorter passages are supposed to be tougher than longer..But longer take more time to read...

In addition, are the topics of the RC passages similar to what we have in GMAT prep and OG..Say History,Science,Social,Politics,Business..
Or are we seeing any new ones as well??

I will be glad if you can come up with your background and inputs from others...

Thanks

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02 Oct 2011, 03:25
Yes, topics are the same, concerning science, business or whatever else for a well-educated person.
I think the tendence is to have more longer passages (for example, 2 long and 2 short instead of 1 long and 3 short). I suppose there is no link between the length of RC and its difficulty.
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