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Best Approach [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2008, 10:24
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Hello,

I have one week before my GMAT test and I wanted to check what is the priority among:
1- 1000 RC , 1000 SC, 1000 CR
2- Kaplan 800
3- GMAt tests from 2005 and 2006


I would appreciate if someone could help in this subject as it's so crucial.

thanks
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Re: Best Approach [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2008, 10:32
I want to add as well that one of the disadvantages of 1000 RC/SC/CR and GMAt tests from 2005/2006 is the absence of correct answers and explanations.

jugolo1 wrote:
Hello,

I have one week before my GMAT test and I wanted to check what is the priority among:
1- 1000 RC , 1000 SC, 1000 CR
2- Kaplan 800
3- GMAt tests from 2005 and 2006


I would appreciate if someone could help in this subject as it's so crucial.

thanks
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Re: Best Approach [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2008, 22:06
jugolo1 wrote:
Hello,

I have one week before my GMAT test and I wanted to check what is the priority among:
1- 1000 RC , 1000 SC, 1000 CR
2- Kaplan 800
3- GMAt tests from 2005 and 2006


I would appreciate if someone could help in this subject as it's so crucial.

thanks


you can get explanations for the answers by searching/posting on here, most should have been discussed at some point.

What is most important depends on where you are weakest - and thats something you should know by now (1 week before test date). Have you taken a GMATprep test? what score did you receive? What were your weak areas? (types of questions, concepts tested, etc)
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Re: Best Approach [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2008, 23:08
Thanks for ur reply. MY weak ares are CR and RC. I will go throught the Powerscore for CR.
But I wanted to check is it better to go throught official test or 1000 RC/CR/SC?
did anyone post correction or explanation for 1000 questions or do u mean explanation for some question?
Re: Best Approach   [#permalink] 26 Sep 2008, 23:08
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