If you read my post, what I said is that you need to really focus on "quality" over "quantity". I did not refer many questions for CR apart from the Official Guides even in my last attempt. What I did was I changed the strategy or the way I approached CR. I learnt the right way to tackle each of the different types of CR questions and then applied the strategies there. Instead of having a "question centric" approach, I developed a "pattern centric" approach . I remember question #100 from OG12. In the previous attempts I just solved this question. During the last time, I tried to look for the pattern in this question and asked myself how else can the test maker test this question, what different scenario can they give keeping the logic behind the question same . For example, I can change question#100 and give the scenario of a man who has been asked to improve his community and is suggested that if he's looking for ideas to improve his community, he should look at other communities instead of looking at his own. What would be the benefit of doing that ?forbidden wrote:@eternal optimist
all i need to ask u is with regard to cr this time. u said dat sc concepts can be clear with the ogs wt abt cr i m really confused wrt cr ( coz the amnt of stuff available on net) rnt the ogs enough for cr as well . can u jst jot down the list of things that needs to be done , i mean wt u have reffered to in all your 4 attempts at gmat (apart frm the ogs if nything needs to be done) wrt cr.
as i said ur suggestions are like gold to me
When I started approaching questions this way, I really started getting under the skin of questions and could see what the GMAC people were trying to do in questions . On the earlier attempts, I had probably finished the OG in not more than 5 days each and on the last attempt I took more than 20 days. So it is all about analysis.
@VivianKerr , Shovan85
Thanks a lot for the encouragement.