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02 Oct 2007, 11:52

I know the challenges are 37 questions a piece.

Im takin next GMAT around Nov. 1st or 2nd. (whenever I can officially take it again).

I don't wanna buy all 25 cause I think I need 1 day to do 1 challenge and 1 day to review. (maybe more) Although I now see that 79$is better than 100$.

I was thinkin bout 10-11 challenges. so 20-22days worth of math review.

Then last week or so, I go back to harder OG probs and review. Also review all probs.

Let me know wut u guys think
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02 Oct 2007, 14:36
GMATBLACKBELT wrote:

I know the challenges are 37 questions a piece.

Im takin next GMAT around Nov. 1st or 2nd. (whenever I can officially take it again).

I don't wanna buy all 25 cause I think I need 1 day to do 1 challenge and 1 day to review. (maybe more) Although I now see that 79$is better than 100$.

I was thinkin bout 10-11 challenges. so 20-22days worth of math review.

Then last week or so, I go back to harder OG probs and review. Also review all probs.

Let me know wut u guys think

Your Q was 47 on the GMAT wasn't it? If so, I think spending an unusually large proportion of your next prep period studying more Q is not worth the effort; the return on your investment is just not there (Q47 ...if you bump it to Q51 you'll improve from what? 96% to 99?). If you focus on V and bump it up to 45, the return will be much greater particularly because V weighs more heavily on your overall score.
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02 Oct 2007, 20:13
Ive read alot of gmatblackbelt's post. he has intiative. dont doubt initiative or motivation. i think there is more of a limit to a person's verbal score, than math - that is uncontrolled. that said, gmatblackbell probably scored a 33 more for mental reasons more than any other reason. he should certainly spend time reviewing/practicing on verbal, but i think the extra effort that he spends on q is worth it.
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03 Oct 2007, 17:42
What are the challenges Blackbelt speaks of and where can I get them? Im new to GMAT study so forgive me if the questions seems irrelevant.
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03 Oct 2007, 19:47
JDMBA wrote:
What are the challenges Blackbelt speaks of and where can I get them? Im new to GMAT study so forgive me if the questions seems irrelevant.

Welcome to world of gmatclub...

http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/Category:Challenges
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