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# Fundamental Approach

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13 Aug 2007, 21:17
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I have a question for anyone who would like to provide their take. I took the gmatprep 1 w/o prior studying and got a 45 q and 40 v.

The critical reasoning and reading comprehension come very easy to me.

The math I feel like I am working an uphill battle (after studying a few weeks) and feel close to getting to that next 'tier' all of a sudden. But something with the math is I feel to analytical approaching problems, too many damn things popping in my head when a problem comes up.

With critical reasoning and reading comprehension, it is just a natural thing for me to arrive at an answer. I can quite easily conceptualize the arguments being made in my head.

I wonder for those who are scoring in the 48+ range in math if the same thing holds true. This seems a key ingredient to scoring quite high. Not such a systematic approach to each question, but just conceptually or visually being able to understand whats being asked and how to approach it.

Thoughts?

Or am I nuts?
Fundamental Approach   [#permalink] 13 Aug 2007, 21:17
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