OG13 IR Companion Website - Split 50 Into 4 equal sections

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The best source of IR questions out there is the OG 13 IR Companion website. But the problem with the website is that it just linearly places all the questions of one type together before moving on to the next question type. Following is the list I prepared to practice the 50 questions in groups of 12 questions by roughly placing equal weightage on all 4 question types (MSRs, TA, GI, 2PA) in a timed mode. You can time yourself for roughly 30 mins to test your speed and strategy. If your a fan of doing the OG problems timed (the MGMAT way) then this might help you with your IR preparation!

T1:
Questions: 1,2,3,4,5,6,19,25,26,35,36,37,39
Total : 13 Questions (1 MSR, 1 TA, 1 GI, 3 Verbal 2pa, 1 Math 2pa)
Expected time : Roughly 33 Mins

T2:
Questions: 7,8,9,20,21,27,28,29,38,40,41,43
Total : 12 Questions (1 MSR, 2 TA, 3 GI, 2 Verbal 2pa, 2 Math 2pa)
Expected time : 30 Mins

T3:
Questions: 10,11,12,22,23,30,31,32,42,44,45,47
Total : 12 Questions (1 MSR, 2 TA, 3 GI, 2 Verbal 2pa, 2 Math 2pa)
Expected time : 30 Mins

T4:
Questions: 13,14,15,16,17,18,24,33,34,46,48,49,50
Total : 13 Questions (1 MSR, 1 TA, 1 GI, 3 Verbal 2pa, 1 Math 2pa)
Expected time : Roughly 33 Mins

You can read the Magoosh article for more info on the IR question types.
And the Manhattan GMAT Video on IR Speed Strategy.

Cheers!

- Vivek

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by sahilchaudhary » Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:36 pm
mevicks wrote:The best source of IR questions out there is the OG 13 IR Companion website. But the problem with the website is that it just linearly places all the questions of one type together before moving on to the next question type. Following is the list I prepared to practice the 50 questions in groups of 12 questions by roughly placing equal weightage on all 4 question types (MSRs, TA, GI, 2PA) in a timed mode. You can time yourself for roughly 30 mins to test your speed and strategy. If your a fan of doing the OG problems timed (the MGMAT way) then this might help you with your IR preparation!

T1:
Questions: 1,2,3,4,5,6,19,25,26,35,36,37,39
Total : 13 Questions (1 MSR, 1 TA, 1 GI, 3 Verbal 2pa, 1 Math 2pa)
Expected time : Roughly 33 Mins

T2:
Questions: 7,8,9,20,21,27,28,29,38,40,41,43
Total : 12 Questions (1 MSR, 2 TA, 3 GI, 2 Verbal 2pa, 2 Math 2pa)
Expected time : 30 Mins

T3:
Questions: 10,11,12,22,23,30,31,32,42,44,45,47
Total : 12 Questions (1 MSR, 2 TA, 3 GI, 2 Verbal 2pa, 2 Math 2pa)
Expected time : 30 Mins

T4:
Questions: 13,14,15,16,17,18,24,33,34,46,48,49,50
Total : 13 Questions (1 MSR, 1 TA, 1 GI, 3 Verbal 2pa, 1 Math 2pa)
Expected time : Roughly 33 Mins

You can read the Magoosh article for more info on the IR question types.
And the Manhattan GMAT Video on IR Speed Strategy.

Cheers!

- Vivek
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