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Help me [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2003, 22:35
Hi Guys
I first visit this website and find here is really a helpful and adequate information, especially for preparing GMAT taker. I come from Taiwan and also plan to take GMAT test recently( twelve weeks later). Now, I have purchased some pre-workbooks, Official Guide 10th, kaplan 2003 CD-ROM, kaplan verbal workbook as well as math workbook and PrincetonтАЩs Review CD-ROM; however, I want to consult your from preparing experience for me how to do it. I wish to reach my GMAT scorces goal 600~650. Hope your can give me some concrete suggestion. In addition, is my preparing GMAT books ample stuff to exercise? Shall I buy the other books to prepare if I want to improve reading comprehension and increase vocabulary?
Other than GMAT, I also must take TOEFL test; would your know have other website having similar to this studygroup website to discuss experience and preparing methods?
Thank you! :(
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Re: Help me [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2003, 03:15
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Hi Guys
I first visit this website and find here is really a helpful and adequate information, especially for preparing GMAT taker. I come from Taiwan and also plan to take GMAT test recently( twelve weeks later). Now, I have purchased some pre-workbooks, Official Guide 10th, kaplan 2003 CD-ROM, kaplan verbal workbook as well as math workbook and PrincetonтАЩs Review CD-ROM; however, I want to consult your from preparing experience for me how to do it. I wish to reach my GMAT scorces goal 600~650. Hope your can give me some concrete suggestion. In addition, is my preparing GMAT books ample stuff to exercise? Shall I buy the other books to prepare if I want to improve reading comprehension and increase vocabulary?
Other than GMAT, I also must take TOEFL test; would your know have other website having similar to this studygroup website to discuss experience and preparing methods?
Thank you! :(



Hi Chichao,

As to me, you have enought materials to bore anything out of yourself.

When I was preparing, I started with the Kaplan book with CD and then went to Vebal and Math Workbook. The first book and several tests that I took showed me what I still lacked and needed to patch. Also, the book with CD has general strategies whereas the Workbooks have more specific info. I think it is better to do it this way:
First you get the general picture, goals, etc
Then you concentrate on specifics

Princeton did not seem to be a great strategy resource, but it was good just to take a few tests.

I am an itnernational Student too and I used Cliff's TOEFL book, 1994 edition by Bobrow. I think it is the best item on the market - its grammar is especially good for the GMAT. I have just bought 3 copies of the book at the store here in Ukraine for a few friends of mine. I am not sure if you have those or not. The new edition on Amazon is no good.


You can also run a search about Official Guide and you will find a few tips how to better use that one since it shares the questions that are in the PowerPrep. PP is pretty much the only most accurate measure of your score.


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Re: Help me [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2003, 08:36
Thank you, bb. I think you really are enthusastic man.
Your response is very beneficial and I believe this way should fortify my
verbal ability.
Today, I try to take GMAT test and experience tough emotion in the process of taking test to understand my English proficient level now.
My scorces is 410, verbal (only 8 ) and math( 42 )
Clearly, my verbal scorces is really poor, expecially CR and SC.
I find SC has difficult than OG and Princeton's book.
Besides studying pre-materials, shall I read more mangazine, newspaper and fiction?
Finally, I must be inquire you how to strengthen listening ability for non-native English?

Thank very much bb, again.

Chih-Hao
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