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Being a GMAT instructor for the last 5 years I believe this book comes closest to matching the type of questions which come in the GMAT. The other Princeton books give too much gyan and do not really focus on giving practice of the sums. I believe this books clears the most basic concepts by giving a lot of practice and that goes a long way in improving scores.
Again if nothing then at least solve the diagnostic test and you will see the difference between the official guide(which is utter crap) and this book. Please dont refer to other princeton material as its too easy.
I think this version is utter crap. I request everyone preparing for GMAT to either refer to the Manhattan material or Kaplan 800 or the new book by Princeton which has over 1200 practice questions, to have any remote chance of doing well in the exam. This material given by GMAC is way too simple as compared to the actual questions which pop up in the GMAT.
I would ask you guys to trust me since I have been a GMAT instructor for the past 5 years and would absolutely not recommend the official on grounds that it is outdated and too simple. In fact I don't recommend it to any of my students appearing for the same.