help-need manhattan appendix for og quantitative review 2016

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Hi, I needed a little help, I own the OG quantitative review and all Manhattan strategy guides 2005 edition. Now the appendix in each of these Manhattan books is not in sync with the questions in the Quantitative Review...is there anyway you can help me with this? It'll help me save a lot of time. Or else I'll have to do it manually.

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by sanju09 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 12:40 am
melp wrote:Hi, I needed a little help, I own the OG quantitative review and all Manhattan strategy guides 2005 edition. Now the appendix in each of these Manhattan books is not in sync with the questions in the Quantitative Review...is there anyway you can help me with this? It'll help me save a lot of time. Or else I'll have to do it manually.
This analysis by Stacey Koprince is quite helpful.

https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/blog ... es-part-1/
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by melp » Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:22 am
Hi,

I got a document from Manhattan that contains the Official Guide 2016 problem set list that can be used with Manhattan Strategy Guides in conjunction with the 2016 OGs.


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by ceilidh.erickson » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:58 am
Hi Melp,

Manhattan Prep used to publish an appendix at the back of each of our strategy guides, giving a list of every OG problem by topic. However, since GMAC is now planning to release a new OG every year, we wouldn't want students to have to buy a new set of strategy guides every time (nor would we want to publish new editions that often).

Instead, we have GMAT Navigator. It's an online tracker that lets you record your accuracy and timing for all of the questions you do in any of the OGs since OG 12. You can browse problems by topic in the exact same way as you would have used the appendix before. I highly recommend it!
https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/stor ... navigator/

If you'd like more information, please contact our Student Services: gmat@manhattanprep.com
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