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Amount of Time Needed to Complete Manhattan SC Book [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2007, 12:53
Hey Everyone,

How much time should I set aside to complete this book and the related OG problems? I have my test scheduled for 9/24, so I need to carefully plan out these next 2 weeks.

Thanks
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Re: Amount of Time Needed to Complete Manhattan SC Book [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2007, 15:21
thescrappyone wrote:
Hey Everyone,

How much time should I set aside to complete this book and the related OG problems? I have my test scheduled for 9/24, so I need to carefully plan out these next 2 weeks.

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if you don't plan on working on anything else, you should have no problem banging out Manhattan SC and all of OG SC problems
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2007, 17:41
Thanks anonymous. I probably should've been more specific. For you or anyone else that completed the book, approximately how many hours did it take you to complete? I can devote about 2 to 3 hours on weekdays with work, and about 4 hours on Sunday and none on Saturday (CAT day).

I still need to run through the OG once more, along with working through the OG purple for the first time. I may postpone the exam for an additional 2 weeks or so, if my plan is overambitious.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2007, 10:29
to make it though the first time? less than 4 hours.

It helped a lot, modifiers are still my trouble area but I'm not getting slayed on them anymore. Best thing out there for SC help.
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Sep 2007, 03:26
Hey it really depends on what your current level is. If you are starting fronm a scratch , then it will take more than a week. I kept 2 days for one chapter (along with practice sets and OG problems). When i did it form the 10th time, i could do in 2 hours !...
So plan it accordingly and skip the sections you are comfortable if you are pressed for time. On the other hand if you have lot of time then make a detailed study plan. Just see what suits you better.
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