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# GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS

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GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS [#permalink]  16 May 2008, 06:22
GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS - do you review ALL the questions in the Math & Verbal Forum in your prep (more than 39k topics out there) or just focus on the specific topics to improve your weaknesses? If you do review all the questions in the M&V forum, how long does it take you per day to do that?
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Re: GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS [#permalink]  16 May 2008, 06:31
I must confess that I did not review a single math question out there before giving the exam. I did punch through the first 175 SC and referred to the forum explanations for the ones I missed.

I plan on giving the GMAT again and do intend on looking at both forums more intently this time around.
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Re: GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS [#permalink]  16 May 2008, 07:38
I didn't look at any of the math questions but I didn't do the gmatchallenges either.

I looked at a lot of SC discussions from the 1000 doc if I didn't get the answer right or wanted to know how people eliminated answers if I found it by sound.
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Re: GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS [#permalink]  16 May 2008, 08:18
i had a very hard time understanding most of the math covered in that forum, they are usually advanced topics as you might guess. People debating what the right answer is, etc. I have to say it did not help me at all. I still scored a 49Q
Re: GMAT 700+ CLUBBERS   [#permalink] 16 May 2008, 08:18
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