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# Calling all Maths Gurus

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30 Mar 2008, 05:06
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Guys,

I'm just about to start my GMAT revision for the PS and DS sections. I've got the test in about two months time. I took a kaplan test and had a scaled score of 30 on the Quantitative section.

I want to boost this up to a 45 minimu in the space of 2 months. I think my biggest challenge will be the DS section and some other areas like Algebra. Are there any revision books you recommend and also any startegies? Thanks.
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30 Mar 2008, 20:06
Vavali wrote:
Guys,

I'm just about to start my GMAT revision for the PS and DS sections. I've got the test in about two months time. I took a kaplan test and had a scaled score of 30 on the Quantitative section.

I want to boost this up to a 45 minimu in the space of 2 months. I think my biggest challenge will be the DS section and some other areas like Algebra. Are there any revision books you recommend and also any startegies? Thanks.

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