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550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post)

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Re: 550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post) [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2013, 11:45
thanks for the great post & congrats on your awesome score!!!!! I definitely will use what you have shared :)
Your post gave me the encouragement that I need to aim for a score of 700+
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Re: 550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post) [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2013, 02:01
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It takes a lot more than a mediocre skill and lazy mind to achieve that high on the D-Day. I started my prep a month back. Being a non-native , i am having a not so easy time in internalizing the verbal section. And in once month i am still stuck at SC, CR and RC are untouched. My prep test are fuctuating between 450-550. Not to forget i have a good domination over quant. anayway, i congratualte after 3 years because what you have done is really worth appreciation even after 3 more years
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Re: 550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post) [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2013, 09:39
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@ abenakeanam please make your posts in the GMAT language. Thanks for your co-operation
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Re: 550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post) [#permalink] New post 11 Jun 2014, 10:50
Man this is solid post. I really like the tips. I've been working through alot of the outside test prep materials (i.e. non OG) and alot of the material is different in the smallest way which is important. But I do love this story! I've been at this GMAT thing for a while and have had my up and downs but I know I'm so close! Its stories like this that keep me going!
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Re: 550 to 750 - How YOU can be just as successful (long post) [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2014, 04:06
This is the most outstading debrief i have seen over the last few months.

I'm preparing with the following faculties:

1. MGMAT Quant Guides
2. Veritas RC Guide ( I personally feel they wrote the books in very communicative way)
3. OG 12 and 13.
4. GMAT Prep Tests.

I'm still not sure whether to use Error log or not. I have the habit of taking notes, writing parllel to my studies and analysing the errors. I think That will suffice.

I was over confident in my earlier practise GMAT test about the verbal sections. I presumed that I would do great in Verbal, but after seeing my score i was humbled and hit to the ground.

Thanks for this wonderful story and GMAT club!! Miles to go before I sleep...

Kudos!! :)
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