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 [#permalink] New post 01 Feb 2004, 20:11
jjomalls--I'm not sure I have any more advice for you. I was studying 2 hrs/day and 10-15 hrs per weekend.

Wiseguy-- the nice thing abt the paper tests is that thay give you timed practice, and allow a ballpark score.

Ndidi-- I'm sure you'll be fine. Focus, man-- you're capable of putting up a good score.
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Re: 770. q50 v47 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2004, 03:16
stoolfi wrote:
2. AkamaiBrah-- you can be abrasive, but you know quant cold, and you participate and challenge the board. I owe you more thamn I owe anyone else--20 points, at least.
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it's not abrasiveness; it's called "tough love"

congrats.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2004, 06:26
Quote:
it's not abrasiveness; it's called "tough love"


Heh.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2004, 23:16
This is for the first time I am going through this forum. What can I say. Splendid performance by stoolfi. He deserved it right from the begining.

Hi stoolfi,

May all your dreams come true and I wish that you come out with flying colors in whatever you pursue. I am really proud of you. Your contribution to this forum is invaluable.

Good luck,
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2004, 12:01
congratulation! i am inspired. pls..stick around, probably we all can piggyback on your experience and skill
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2004, 12:02
also let us know which school you got admitted to.
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Way to Go! [#permalink] New post 05 Apr 2004, 00:54
HI Stoolfi

I joined the club today. Its tuly inspirational that with your hard work & support from this club you have been able to come up with a 770.

Congrats!

Would appreciate if you can list out the resourcs you used. I m planning to join Kaplan classes.

Good luck with your admissions. Guess you wont need 'Luck' for your admissions.

regards
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Apr 2004, 11:51
"Truly inspirational"? Maybe. It ought to show that hard work and dedicated prep can raise your score half a standard deviation.

I used only Kaplan, OG, and every paper test I could find.

I can't really tell you how to get paper tests, but use your imagination and see if you can identify someone who might be able to share with you.

I did not use PR or VStudy, thinking that knowing all of the other questions would be sufficient.
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