Tony_Touch wrote:

I'm hoping to take the GMAT on Veteran's Day, which gives me about 3 weeks of studying. I have been studying verbal for a little while and am happy with how I'm doing.

But I need to focus on Quant now, and I'm basically starting from scratch. Did not really take math in college and don't use it at my current job. I don't remember any of the geometry rules, etc (though I understand it's not hard to pick it up). I did get a 790 on my math SAT way back when, so I know the ability is there.

I can put in about 60-90 min of studying on weeknights, and about 3-4 hrs on weekends. Right now I have the OG and Princeton books. Do you think I can learn quant in just 3 weeks? My goal is high 600s. Any ideas for how to go about it? Thanks.

For a nice and (almost) comprehensive review, I recommend

Kaplan's GMAT and GRE Math Workbook. It is nicely organized, drills you in increasing levels of difficulty, and the questions are in GMAT form. I teach the GMAT for a competing company, but I use the

Kaplan book for my students who are either very weak in fundamental, or, like you, need a quick, but comprehensive review suitable for self study. My only criticism of the book is that it does not cover any Probability or Counting, and its coverage of Data Sufficients is a little skimpy. However, I still have not found a better comprehensive math review.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... ce&s=books
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AkamaiBrah

Former Senior Instructor, Manhattan GMAT and VeritasPrep

Vice President, Midtown NYC Investment Bank, Structured Finance IT

MFE, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, Class of 2005

MBA, Anderson School of Management, UCLA, Class of 1993