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On Sunday, Dec 22, we will have a random drawing to determine who will get the set of guides. However, there is a condition: whoever gets them, will have to supply a review of these guides in our book's section, here is the link to this section:
You will need to supply an average size describing pros/cons and making suggestions within 30 days.
IF YOU WANT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS GIVEAWAY, PLEASE FILL OUT THIS PAGE: (Don't forget to include your email address or GMATclub login)
I am preparing for my first attempt at GMAT and plan to take the exam end of January. I would like to win this book as much as any one else. However, I don't think I am qualified to fill out that form you have on the site. I really can't recommend any book or strategy since I have no first hand experience or results to prove it. Is there any other way to do this?
Also, how do I get the Official Guide?
Keep up the good work. I think this is a great website.
khuda hafiz, Murtaza
Hello BB, I am preparing for my first attempt at GMAT and plan to take the exam end of January. I would like to win this book as much as any one else. However, I don't think I am qualified to fill out that form you have on the site. I really can't recommend any book or strategy since I have no first hand experience or results to prove it. Is there any other way to do this? Also, how do I get the Official Guide? Keep up the good work. I think this is a great website. khuda hafiz, Murtaza
The primary reason behind this giveaway is that I want to check the quality of these guides and I really would prefer a person who has already used at least several major study guides, such as Kaplan or PR in order to produce a qualified review. I am afraid you will not be very qualified as a reviewer (i am sorry) but I am planning to start distributing different kinds of GMAT books a few weeks from now and anybody will be able to participate... they will be awarded to the most active participants of the website. but i am still working on this.
A question to you, you are planning to take GMAT end of January and you have not used any study materials? You must be a genious...
Thanks for replying...but calling me a Genius?!! You really shouldn't make such allegations.
Actually I have studied from 2 books quite extensively. The 'ARCO GRE GMAT Math review' which I think is great for the Math section, and the Princeton Review. Secondly, thanks for the link for the Official Guide. I don't mind saving a few bucks if I can get a used copy from someone living in the Los Angeles area. So if anybody else reads this message, please let me know if i can get a used copy from you for less than $30 bucks. Otherwise, i'll order the books in a couple of days.
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I am attempting Gmat for the 3rd time, and I have scored abysmally low in the verbal section on 2 ocassions. I have prepared from a variety of materials including taking the PR course, which did not help me much.
I am especially concentrating on critical reasoning and reading comprehension which are my weak areas. I was finding it particularly difficult to read and comprehend from the computer screen. I did not face this problem in Quantitative section.
So any material that can strengthen my areas of improvement is welcome.
We surely have more power together can use collective bargaining, but I have not had time to explore this opportunity. E.g. We could ask for discountes for club members, etc, etc. If anybody has ideas, I will appreciate; initiative will be appreciated even more :D