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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 19 Mar 2012, 11:51
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@AbhiJ and bgpower, i believe idioms are not tested anymore.
correct me if i am wrong.
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2012, 11:59
@AbhiJ: Great reply! Well, I think I generally learn new words resp. idioms best, when I write and just re-do them daily. Your idea to do it with blank business cards is a very good one, the question really is - which to include. Especially the MGMAT Foundations of GMAT Verbal include a long list of idioms (some of which I now) and as far as I know, the Verbal Strategy Guides have idiom lists as well. So quite a big amount of new idioms. Have I got your reply right that throughout GMAT Verbal the focus is on prepositional idioms (mostly tested on SC)? If yes, I'll just try to focus on them as well, and just study the other ones in order to understand the texts/sentences in RC and CR.
In addition, I'll just mark/look up words, which catch me eye (in fiction and prep materials). So, if I understand you right, you suggest me to focus more on understanding the meaning of the words from context (fiction)?

@rajeevrks27: Generally, I think you're right. Idioms are not directly tested. But in the last months it seems that the focus of SC especially has switched to meaning. Latter can have much in common with idioms. What do you think?

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 09:31
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Ok guys :) Here I am with the results. I still hope that someone would like to comment on the above questions.

Regarding my first CAT - I'm not sure if the result is good or not, but I think its a good basis, on which I'm going to build in the coming two months. Until know, I've just completed both books: MGMAT Foundations of GMAT Math and MGMAT Foundations of GMAT Verbal.

My score breakdown of my first GMATPrep CAT:
Score: 610
Quantitative: Q40
13 questions incorrect
PS: 8 MISTAKES - 1 (exponents), 1 (x,y,xy), 1 (integer k btw. 1 and 10), 1 (Geometry triangle), 1 (integers, exponents), 1 (integers, operations), 1 (y-intercept), 1 (History, English, Maths majors);
DS: 5 MISTAKES - 1 (x<20), 1 (if x=, y=), 1 (apples, peaches), 1 (mean integers), 1 (s and t are different numbers, s+t=0);

Verbal: V34
13 questions incorrect
SC: 7 MISTAKES
RC: 3 MISTAKES
CR: 3 MISTAKES

And the question is: Which sequence of books to apply from now onwards? I have 7 MGMAT Strategy Guides (all except CR) and just Powerscore's CR Bible :) My strategy: Start with the weakest area - one topic at a time (approx. 1 week), take notes, have an error log for MGMAT and OG questions; and then move to the next weak area, where I still want to dedicate some hours per day to questions from the previous areas.

How would you structure it?
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 10:00
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+1 kudos to you for the dedication.
You must ASAP start with the mgmat SC guide.
maintaining an error log is must and weekly reviewing is equally important.
Rest your plan is correct and well discussed previously.
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 10:31
Hi buddy,

thanks for the positive words! In fact, I also thought of starting with the MGMAT SC, and then probably (I guess after 2 weeks) move on to Quant. What do you think?

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 13:07
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I don't think you should over-complicate things with multiple classes etc...I vote for selecting one class, taking it seriously, studying hard and then getting a good sleep before the test. I have to confess I did not get a 740, I got a 720, but some of these study plans are exhausting just to read about. I think you can psych yourself out!
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 13:18
@startsnowing: In a way, you're right! Maybe one should just try to have a structured approach, which helps identify the weak spots! Nothing more is needed in the end of the day!

With me it's more or less the same - I just want to have a structure in terms of sequence of the problem areas with error log and notes, and then just practice a couple of questions per day/week from the previous areas I have studied, in order to preserve them in good condition. Sounds simple!

Let's see how many points I can improve from those 610! To be honest, I expected something around 450 :)

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2012, 05:57
Just a small update! Currently studying the MGMAT SC book. Although still in the beginning, I somehow like it very much! I have the feeling that those book, although they are shorter that the Foundation books, will expect more time due to the OG12 and OG Verbal and OG Quant problems. Have done today about 20 easy SC problems with very good hit rate on meaning and concision. I try to take 60 secs per question on SC. Where I currently stand, I still have the feeling that I solve SC-questions more on feeling/ear, but not on the exact principles, but hope this will improve towards the end of the week, when I'll try to have finished. I darely want this V45+ :)

Maybe someone would help here with an opinion or suggestion: What are the most important things one wants to include in the error log?
- wrong answers
- guessed answers
- section
- subsection

but what about:
- right questions
- time for answering

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2012, 07:20
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Four things to include in error log
Careless error ( so that u read carefully if tooo many such errors)
Concept error ( so that u go to the relevant concept )
correct but extra time taken
correct but guessed
Keep the momentum going buddy
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2012, 08:41
Thanks for the kind words and the suggestion, buddy! Hope you're right!

I downloaded a couple of the error logs, but they seem to be very complex. I'll stick to awesome error log or the gmatclub error log by spoilt, but will try to incorporate additional info for these details, mentioned by you.

How is your preparation going? Everything fine? Can I help you in a way?

Maybe some other opinion on the discussed issue.

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2012, 23:30
rajeevrks27 wrote:
bgpower wrote:
Thanks for the E-GMAT links. Will have a look on them - especially the free videos and their 5 strategies. Have you used some of their paid serviced?

Not yet, though i intend taking their SC course once i am through with quant( may be after couple of weeks)..Although they are new in the market, but they are really structured and organised ...Also their concept pattern is generally on the lines of mgmat( IMO)..but really cheap..
one thign about OG, i am going through all three OGs( 10, 11 and 12)...there are a number of question which are not repeat, so that gives a good amount of prac of official material..Also there are files that are compilation of all gmatprep question( CR, SC,PS and DS), worth downloading because u never know tomorrow the link may be removed(it's there on gmatclub download material)...again they are a great compilation , but do them only after u have exhausted the gmatprep software by giving the test multiple times
If u can't find them, lemme know.
All d very best ...enjoy ur gmat journey..it's only then our best performance comes out....
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Pls. provide me the link for Gmat prep Questions. ( CR, SC,PS and DS)
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gorupruthi,

You can get them here apart from PS.
gmatprep-ds-question-bank-130069.html
gmatprep-verbal-question-bank-130070.html


For PS you can refer to here: search.php?search_id=tag&tag_id=186
(using gmatclub tags from here: viewforumtags.php)
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 02 Apr 2012, 19:31
Hey Guys,

I started my preps for GMAT almost a month back. I am currently enrolled in the MGMAT Online Course as well. We are half way in our 9 weeks class. Till now, I have been focusing primarily on the homework and have not been venturing other avenues like forums or other study material. Strictly stuck onto MGMAT material. I am looking to give GMAT towards the end of June, if not any earlier.

Till now, the preps have been like this

Week 1 -
Number Properties Guide (General) + In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
Foundations of GMAT Math Chapters 1, 2, 3.
Week 2 -
Equations , Inequalities & VICs Guide (Chapters 1, 2, 3) In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
Foundations of GMAT Math Chapters 4,5,6,7
SC - Subject Verb Agreement In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
RC - Short Passages + In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
Week 3 -
Equations , Inequalities & VICs Guide (Chapters 4,5,6,7) In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
Foundations of GMAT Math Chapters 8 + Drill Sets
RC - Long Passages + In Action Problems from guide
SC - Parallelism In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
Week 4 -
Started with Word Translations Guide. We are supposed to finish off almost all the chapters 1,2,3,6,8,9 + Inaction problems
Foundations of GMAT Math Chapters 9 + Drill Sets
SC - Pronouns In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems
CR Guide - Chapters 1 & 2 In Action Problems from guide + OG 12 + Quant 2nd edition problems

Sorry for this complete compilation, but there is a reason I posted this here. I am from India living in the US. So far, I was fine with all the homework, but starting this week, I feel very difficult. I am not able to grasp the concepts explained in RC and CR. After going through this thread, there are certain things I felt: There is someone out there with whom I could link with in this preparation. And, I seem to be doing the same mistakes as most of the typical exam takers (at least in terms of Verbal Section). I am having a hard time answering CR, RC questions, leave alone understanding them. I think I get it in my head, but when I see the questions, I am completely perplexed.

Few questions I have is

1. As some of you have hinted, I seem to be doing Word Translations before even covering the underlying math concepts. And, I do find it a little difficult to solve them as opposed to what I have been doing so far. So, do I stop worrying about my homework and may be go on a different approach. If I do, what should that be?
2. bgpower - You seem to have a very systematic approach. I did give my CAT (MGMAT) first test and got 560 (Q38 V29) during my first week of preps. Thanks for this thread! I did not do my fundamentals in verbal book yet. Will that be helpful and may be help in performing better in RCs and CRs? I also have not been maintaining a error log and Flash Cards. I do have my notes, but can you share your flash cards and may be a template of error log so I can also start maintaining mine? We can, then, may be periodically share the Flash cards and may be we will together come up with a better output.
3. I get the idea of reading GMAT Fiction. Would anyone of you suggest a book to begin with? I did read the GMAT fiction thread, but there are a lot of books listed there, there is no way I shall be able to finish all of those in say 3 months' time. I used to read Jeffrey Archer novels, but not real fiction types. Along with work, it becomes difficult to put in 2-3 of hrs of study every day (though I try and somehow fit in) reading a GMAT fiction is goanna need more time now. How many hrs a day do you put in reading this - bgpower? Also, in my last 1 month preps, I have not read anything, I need to start only now.. I hope its ok!
4. I am thinking may be I need to stop worrying about completing my Home work from MGMAT and start digging into verbal really well and get the basics strong. I mean, I really am not getting a good feel about Verbal just as yet.

Its very encouraging to see people suggest almost a study plan for cracking this thing. I thought I can list down the thoughts/concerns I have right now and may be get some advice on things I could do to better in verbal sections and also in math.
But my primary concern at this point is RC and CR. I am kind of stuck now between MGMAT schedule and this 'sounds like' systematic approach for GMAT. Can you please help me sort things out and may be direct me in the right direction?

Appreciate your time and support.

Thanks!
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2012, 01:45
Hi ShreeCS,

sorry for the late reply. I just noticed that you've been posting here :) I've been so involved in this d*mn MGMAT SC Strategy Guide that I completely missed your post.

Concerning MGMAT Verbal Foundations - I think it is definitely useful. The point is just - I don't know how much time you have. This book can take about 10 days, but provides a very good basis for tackling afterwards SC, RC and CR. Now that I complete MGMAT SC I see some repetitions, but they are rather minor. What I notice is that the MGMAT Verbal Foudations has definitely helped me understand the concepts and even some terms. Latter allow me to be faster in the completion of MGMAT SC.

Talking about the Error log and Flashcards
- while I completed both Foundation book I did not maintain an error log. The kind of problems, which you have in those books is slightly different from the real GMAT problems, so I decided to have an error log just for the 8 strategy guides. Now that I'm almost finishing MGMAT SC (the review should be online at the beginning of next week) I see that keepeing the error log, without loosing too much time for this process is very problematic. Currently, I just write all questions/answers/time, needed compared to my 1 min goal/Guessed on a piece of paper and wait to have some time to put all this information into one of the error logs, downloaded here from GMATClub. The only benefit from having an error log are just the statistics. But as bb says - better have one, even on a napkin than loose too much time.

Concerning GMAT Fiction - although I bought 3-4 books from the ones, mentioned in the GMAT Fiction thread, I still am not able to dedicate that much time to reading. It's just the case - if I have energy I prefer completing some pages from the GMAT study materials, and if I don't I just read a couple of fiction pages and that's it. Try to organize your approach better than me. ;)

Will be happy to answer more questions.

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2012, 23:43
Hi guys,

now that I've almost completed SC (I believe I'll have to do this another time), which book should I continue with? Continue with Verbal or start the Quant part? I'll still be doing as much as possible SC questions from my error log daily/weekly.

Please, refer to my post from 22.03, where you'll see detailed results from my first, and only, CAT - 610, q40, v34

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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 09 Apr 2012, 00:29
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 09 Apr 2012, 11:29
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 09 Apr 2012, 11:31
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Hi ShreeCS,

sorry for the late reply. I just noticed that you've been posting here :) I've been so involved in this d*mn MGMAT SC Strategy Guide that I completely missed your post.

Concerning MGMAT Verbal Foundations - I think it is definitely useful. The point is just - I don't know how much time you have. This book can take about 10 days, but provides a very good basis for tackling afterwards SC, RC and CR. Now that I complete MGMAT SC I see some repetitions, but they are rather minor. What I notice is that the MGMAT Verbal Foudations has definitely helped me understand the concepts and even some terms. Latter allow me to be faster in the completion of MGMAT SC.

Talking about the Error log and Flashcards
- while I completed both Foundation book I did not maintain an error log. The kind of problems, which you have in those books is slightly different from the real GMAT problems, so I decided to have an error log just for the 8 strategy guides. Now that I'm almost finishing MGMAT SC (the review should be online at the beginning of next week) I see that keepeing the error log, without loosing too much time for this process is very problematic. Currently, I just write all questions/answers/time, needed compared to my 1 min goal/Guessed on a piece of paper and wait to have some time to put all this information into one of the error logs, downloaded here from GMATClub. The only benefit from having an error log are just the statistics. But as bb says - better have one, even on a napkin than loose too much time.

Concerning GMAT Fiction - although I bought 3-4 books from the ones, mentioned in the GMAT Fiction thread, I still am not able to dedicate that much time to reading. It's just the case - if I have energy I prefer completing some pages from the GMAT study materials, and if I don't I just read a couple of fiction pages and that's it. Try to organize your approach better than me. ;)

Will be happy to answer more questions.

Regards,



Thanks bgpower. Sure I will be active on this thread and we can share our learning.
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Re: 740+ Study strategy [#permalink] New post 10 Apr 2012, 00:47
OK guys! I've finally incorporated the answers from ym previous "paper version error log" to the OG Tracker of the GMAT Toolkit (RECOMMEND IT!!!!!) and it turns out that in both OG12 and OG Verbal 2 my hit rate on SC is about 72-75%. This should improve, once I start working on my error log, but I just wanted to know if SC questions in those two resources have a lower/higher level than 700+ level questions on the actual GMAT?

Will be still happy to receive some opinion on the question - Which book to start after MGMAT SC? :)

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2.) Manhattan Review Turbocharge Verbal
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