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3 weeks till G-Day!! [#permalink]
22 Mar 2005, 06:08
Ive got 3 weeks until test day. Does anyone have any last minute advice? I will finish OG this weekend and am making my way thru the Kaplan GRE/GMAT book for the 2nd time to strengthen my fundamentals. Im currently hitting 9/10 PS in OG and 8/10 DS on the quant side. Heres my plan (SC & DS are my weakness)
Take final PP friday & review
Sat & Sun - Finish OG
Redo all errors from my error log (OG & veritas problems) until i am comfortable with the concepts from those problems.
Redo the last 100 DS & all SC from OG analyzing each problem (right or wrong)
Review basic comp/perm/probability problems (I am looking for a quant score of 44+ so a huge focus isnt necessary here)
Any other suggestions?
Last edited by jackson24nj on 22 Mar 2005, 08:17, edited 1 time in total.
Remember that your PP will be contaminated because the problems will all come from the OG. Is your success rate with answering OG questions under timed condition? If not, try the math challenges from GMATclub. Otherwise, try to practice on as many CATs as you can within the next few weeks.
Great that you took those 2 points into consideration. So it all boils down to you doing as many CAT's as possible until the exam. If you can't, you should consider buying ETS paper tests although some questions could also be repeated. However, there are also many new questions on the paper tests and its strict timing constraint is a good gauge of your potential score.
I have not used the other prep material that you mentioned so I unfortunately cannot comment on those. As usual, I recommend PR2005 CD and Kaplan CD, the latter not to be used the week before the exam.
I'm not sure for the quant part but certainly got over 95%PS and maybe around 90%DS due to the last 60DS questions. Don't take those numbers too litterally. Just make sure that you understand where and why you did the mistakes