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Confused :? [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2012, 01:10
Hi everyone,

This is my very first post in GMATCLUB forum! :)
I'm going to write my GMAT in Feb'13. Hence starting out my prepartion for the same now.

I am planning on doing self study with MGMAT books,OG,GMAT CLUB (will be purchasing the GMAT club tests) and free resources from other GMAT study sites.
Will that be enough? If not,I'm totally confused at the moment seeing soo many online preps available.
Could someone tell me which is the best among them? ,is it really useful as in is it a must to study with the help of one of them?

For doing CAT and practice questions, what should i buy?

After going through the variuous study plans on GMATCLUB,the plan which i have thought about is to first study the MGMAT books throughly and then weekly do practice tests and questions.
Is this the right approach?

Would be really grateful if someone could answer my questions! :)

Thanks in advance! :-D
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Re: Confused :? [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2012, 16:13
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I think that you have a decent study approach. I would first take an accurate practice test (GMAT prep tests are the best) and then go form there. A practice test will give you a better idea of how much improvement you need make.

The MGMAT books will be a great way to learn the fundamentals. Practice questions will help you test the concepts, remember to spend a lot of time reviewing the practice question explanations. Use the practice tests to build stamina and obviously test yourself and gauge your improvement.

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Re: Confused :? [#permalink] New post 31 Oct 2012, 04:33
Thanks a lot ngould for your feedback! :)
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