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# Am I starting off on the right foot?

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13 Jun 2006, 16:33
Hello everyone!

I am a new member, and will be attempting the GMAT at the end of October, 2006. I have read through various posts and seen a variety of opinions on how to begin studying, what materials to use, and how much time to spend.

The forum seems VERY useful, and I will be using it often to help me achieve a 700+.

I just came from the library and picked up a Kaplan GMAT 800 prep book published in 2002 and the Kaplan GMAT Fifth Edition (Preparation through 2003). I understand these are old books, but I thought it would be a good place to start to just familiarize myself with the types of questions on the exam. I will work through the questions finding my strong and weak points. After completing these books, I plan to purchase the OG and Manhattan Sentence Correction and working through those. In addition, I will be working on problems in the forums. Will there be a 12th edition for the OG coming out soon?

Have I started off on the right foot, or am I missing something? It seems there are so many different types of materials and ways to study for the GMAT. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I know for some of you, answering these typical questions may seem redundant, and I apologize. Just know that any response to my post would be taken with sincere appreciation for your time.

Thank you!!
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15 Jun 2006, 04:29
This sound's alritght to familiarize your self. I myself use a Kaplan from 2003.

However, I strongly suggest that you give the Diagnostics test from OG 11 after you familiarize with the topics. Your preparation may not be complete without the use of OG 11, OG 10, and MGMAT SC.
15 Jun 2006, 04:29
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