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# A month before D day. What to do?

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19 Jun 2010, 21:08
I have a month to go for the real GMAT. What to do?

Actually, I'm scoring in the range of 600 and I want to raise my score to 650. I don't expect and don't want more than 650.

I have finished Manhattan SC guide and PowerScore CR bible. I still have to go through OG 10, 11, 12, Verbal and Quant OG. Please suggest what to do in the last month?

Thank you in the advance.
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Based on your other posts, looks like you need the most help with verbal.
I would suggest going through the Verbal books again as you have used the best and making sure you follow the strategies there exactly as they are written to the "t'. Also would recommend reading books to help with RC and perhaps getting MGMAT RC.

Alternatively, would get MGMAT Number Properties book as well - that may help you gain a few points on the Quant and perhaps easier than improving verbal...
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23 Jun 2010, 16:42
start doing practice questions from one of the OGs, but not OG12. keep an error log with those practice questions. once you are done with that book, review the error log and find areas of weakness. review books that focus on those specific weaknesses, making sure to complete additional practice problems. repeat. take 1-2 practice cat's a week.
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thank you! i'm trying hard to achieve my goal... thanks for your support..
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