At least, I would like to think so :) I consider CR as one of my strengths. So didn't allocate much time for its preparation. I hope this won't turn out to be a mistake.
- GMAT Official Guide 12th edition
- Powerscore CR Bible
- Veritas Prep CR booklet I
- Skimmed through the first few chapters of PowerScore CR bible. Few important takeaways: conclusion is the key, understand the stimulus clearly before jumping into the answer choices, treat answer choices/stimulus differently based on the question type etc.
- Solved the Veritas Prep CR booklet - though some of its questions are not very convincing, it opened my eyes in that CR questions can be tricky and time consuming
- Solved the OG 12 questions in timed conditions.
- OG questions: 113/124 - 11 wrong
- Average time per question: 1:41sec (I timed only last 80 questions)
- Questions I goofed up: 33, 47, 57, 70, 74, 82, 89, 99, 102, 110, 114
- Veritas Prep CR questions: 9 wrong