hi guys. although it was long time ago when i signed up to this forum, this is my first post here. because i'm about to start to study toefl and gmat.
the question is on the top. three months later, i am going to take toefl and gmat exams. so i have to study them at the same time. i have school one day per week. the rest of the week, i am free and i can study up to 15 hours at least per day. these are the tools what i have:
1- cambridge toefl ibt with cd-rom( also includes audio cd's)
toefl ibt with cd-rom( also includes audio cd's)
3- princeton review- cracking the toefl ibt
4- ets- offical guide to the toefl ibt
5- longman toefl ibt with cd-rom(also includes audio cd's)
6- barrons toefl ibt with cd-rom(also includes audio cd's)
1- manhattan- sentence correction
2- manhattan- critical reasoning & reading comprehension
3- princeton review- cracking the gmat
4- the offical guide for gmat 12th edition
5- the offical guide for gmat 10th edition
6- manhattan- fractionals, decimals and percents.
ok, what do you think about these tools? are they sufficient? hey, i didn't take any prep test yet. so i don't know where i am right now. but as general english my level is advanced.
for the quantitative i couldn't find manhattan books
in my country's bookstores. so do you have any suggestion alternative to manhattan quant series
? though i trust myself in maths more than in verbal.
and how about the prep tests? how often should i take a prep test? one per week? or more?
thank you in advance. ciao:)
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