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Best Way To Use GMAT Club Math and Grammar Books? [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2013, 20:49
I recently came across the GMAT Club Math and Grammar books, and was very impressed. Both seem to be excellent resources that are both comprehensive but also concise.

I'm trying to decide the best way to use these books in my study process. I find I retain relatively little knowledge from reading these kind of books beginning to end, unless I take actively take notes or at the very least underline or highlight important points. It's also possible that this book is best used simply as a reference, consulting the appropriate section each time I have difficulty with a problem.

To any one who feels they have effectively incorporated these books into their GMAT study routine: what do you think is the best way to use them?
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Re: Best Way To Use GMAT Club Math and Grammar Books? [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2013, 20:57
King807 wrote:
I recently came across the GMAT Club Math and Grammar books, and was very impressed. Both seem to be excellent resources that are both comprehensive but also concise.

I'm trying to decide the best way to use these books in my study process. I find I retain relatively little knowledge from reading these kind of books beginning to end, unless I take actively take notes or at the very least underline or highlight important points. It's also possible that this book is best used simply as a reference, consulting the appropriate section each time I have difficulty with a problem.

To any one who feels they have effectively incorporated these books into their GMAT study routine: what do you think is the best way to use them?


Rather than studying a book from starting to end, you should learn topic wise i.e. Read about any single topic & then imbibe the topic by solving questions related to that topic on GMAT CLUB
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