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New post 22 May 2011, 18:48
Hi Guys,

After 2 months of studying i am now in the range of 680-730 ( 680 Manhattan , 700 Gmat Prep , 730 Powerprep ). The main areas of concern are RC and inequalities
Can someone please shed some light on how to approach these 2 weeks to maximize my results.
Also can some suggest some good study material. I have exhausted the manhattan books, Princeton books, the 31 sets and a couple of other books and ofcourse the OG.
In desperate need for some good study material for Quant and RC

Thanks
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New post 22 May 2011, 23:25
IEsailor wrote:
Hi Guys,

After 2 months of studying i am now in the range of 680-730 ( 680 Manhattan , 700 Gmat Prep , 730 Powerprep ). The main areas of concern are RC and inequalities
Can someone please shed some light on how to approach these 2 weeks to maximize my results.
Also can some suggest some good study material. I have exhausted the manhattan books, Princeton books, the 31 sets and a couple of other books and ofcourse the OG.
In desperate need for some good study material for Quant and RC

Thanks


I hope you have also exhausted GMATClub.com's quant test sets. If not, just dive in! (you have more than 200 posts; you are eligible for using those)
Though I haven't yet gone through it, Kaplan 800 is a good book for practicing hard questions (both Verbal and Quant).
Hope this helps.
Best of luck!
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New post 24 May 2011, 06:23
good luck! i'm taking the GMAT that weekend as well, fingers crossed.
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Have you tried the free test from 800
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New post 26 May 2011, 06:48
I think the key with RC is to read everything carefully. There are people who like to read the questions first before reading the passage, but I like to read the passage first an understand what is going on. I got 710 with 4.5 weeks of studying, and usually got 100% of the RC questions right on the prep test. In terms of inequalities, just try to get lots of practice!

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New post 27 May 2011, 00:44
All the best jko . Thnx for the feedback l0rrie and aspiring consultant
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