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Studied for 3 weeks with no breaks and days-off for the first attempt. Wrong strategy! If you decide to study intensively for a prolonged period, always have a day or two break for information to settle in your brain. The results struck me like a thunderbolt. It was a real shock.
2 month of intensive studies for the second attempt/ Having passed, thought would never take it again, but!
mid August 2004 learned the 2-by-2 strategy, which worked best for me and I hope will help you. It is simple, yet required my dedication. 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours after work 5-6 days a week for 1,5 months, with a total revision of went through material for the last week. Did not have time to analyze all the quantitative mistakes, thus had only 86% in Q.
Personal thanks to Stolyar and AkamaiBrah, whose clear and concise explanations of maths questions were very handy.
Good luck to every one!
PS I am located in Moscow, Russia. Should you need my OG, Caplan Verbal, G-800, GMAT "+", give me a call at 8 916 908-1193
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