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Best Prep? - Strong Quant skills & Excellent Test-taker [#permalink]
25 Apr 2013, 03:57
Hi guys, I'm a little overwhelmed by the thousands of GMAT prep books and programs available. I've been browsing mindlessly through the forum, but haven't been able to find the right suggestion.
I'm a good test-taker, with lots of experience with standardized testing (SAT, LSAT), and a strong analytical and quantitative background, so the verbal section will probably be the biggest problem for me. From my experience, I'd do best with a book with original test questions which I can go through, something like practice tests.
However, I can't seem to find any book with official prep tests for the GMAT, just loads of books focusing on random parts of the GMAT.
What do you suggest I do, and which books to buy? I'm not familiar with the GMAT structure itself, but I guess that's a minor issue, given that the gist of it is the same as in any other standardized test, right?
One final note, my goal is to score 800, or near 800, if possible, so I think it's safe to skip all the beginner and intermediate level prep books.