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17 Feb 2008, 06:26
Hello everyone,

I need some suggestions regarding the books i should study from.I have gone through the forum's posts but couldn't come to any conclusion.I plan to take the test somewhere in April..started studying around 20 days back..done with OG 11..scored 680 on GMAT Prep Pract test 1(Q 41, V 35)..took Kaplan CAT today..scored 550

Can anyone please suggest me which books i should refer to..my target score is 750..and i need to improve upon the verbal section..

I am planning to buy Princeton and OG Verbal review..would it be a right decision?
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17 Feb 2008, 21:26
Totally don't worry about your Kaplan score. It's pretty common to get a much lower score on a Kaplan test than you'd get on the real thing and on other practice tests. GMATPrep and Princeton Review are the most accurate.

Definitely get the PR book and OG Verbal, along with OG 11th edition.
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17 Feb 2008, 21:35
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Totally don't worry about your Kaplan score. It's pretty common to get a much lower score on a Kaplan test than you'd get on the real thing and on other practice tests. GMATPrep and Princeton Review are the most accurate.

Definitely get the PR book and OG Verbal, along with OG 11th edition.

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17 Feb 2008, 21:40
also if you are done with all tests in each book, I recomend you to try challenges of this forum, some of them are simple others are quite tough, one important thing is that they cover most types of problems that might be met in real GMAT so try them too. I think they will be very helpful for you.
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17 Feb 2008, 23:15
kazakhb wrote:
also if you are done with all tests in each book, I recomend you to try challenges of this forum, some of them are simple others are quite tough, one important thing is that they cover most types of problems that might be met in real GMAT so try them too. I think they will be very helpful for you.

hey thanks..i am just done with OG 11,GMAT Prep Practice test 1 and one test from Kaplan as of now..shall try challenges once i am done with other books
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