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Help me Plan my GMAT attack... [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2006, 18:10
This spring I studied for a few weeks and took a two day powerscore course. I got a 650 42Q,38V,6AWA. I didn't put as much time into it as I should have, but I was studying for the CFA too.... Which I incidently just took and didn't study enough corporate finance for and way too much quant. But regardless... I am going to take a 7 week Veritas Prep course in Boston starting on 7/11. Should I get a quant book to study from and refresh first. Any suggestions?
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 [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2006, 20:01
I would definitely refresh yourself on quant fundamentals before starting the class. You'll get more out of the class and won't slow it down for others, either.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2006, 06:22
Yeah... I wasn't thinking of anything heavy... maybe just look over my powerscore and Kaplan 2006 book. I was thinking of maybe going thru a Princeton book too, but with 12 course books and a ton of homework and practice tests in the course that might be overkill.
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Power Score Course [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2006, 14:52
Mark4124,
I am thinking about taking the powerscore course that you took. Can you please tell me how helpful it was for you? I haven't read too much about it. Thanks.
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2006, 17:53
Powerscore is ok for a mid 600 score... Wouldn't recommend it if you're shooting for the top.
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New to the Prep World [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2006, 23:17
Hey buddies, I want to start with GMAT preparations...just now getting started...currently I m working on the KAplan word power....

CAn anyone of you guys guide me..how to start the prep
and the right track to follow to get a admission in the Best B schools in US.

As usual as any other new aspirant I want to get a 700+ score ;)

Hoping to get help...:)

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B-School Plan [#permalink] New post 18 Aug 2006, 19:20
Hello! New to the GMAT club and have been reading some posts. I have a few questions and a suggestion to those looking for strategies for getting into B-school. I came across this book, How to Get into the Top MBA Programs. I've found the advice very helpful in helping me organize my thoughts and am starting to put together my strategy.

Now to my questions - they mainly concern the GMAT:
- I am horrible at standardized tests...any suggestions for prep?
- Would you recommend taking a few math courses at a local community college?
- Views on prep courses such as Kaplan?
- Any good books for GMAT prep?
- Anyone in the Hartford, CT area looking for a study partner?
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