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I'm new here: Preparing for GMAT - Study plans, suggestions! [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2005, 08:35
Hello all,

I’m a new member, just joined yesterday. But I’ve been lurking around for at least a week or so. Now, some background information about myself: I’m a senior, working on my Computer Engineering degree, and taking the GMAT on Aug 26.

I just started preparing for the exams, since the last couple of days, haven’t done anything before. I have the PR Cracking the GMAT book (2006 edition.) Kaplan 2005, Kaplan 800 and the official guide are on the way. I also downloaded the PowerPrep software. Is there anything else I need that can be of any help, considering that I’m only 30 days from the D-Day?

I would really appreciate it if those who have taken the exam or preparing to take the exams would offer any advice, suggestions.

I hope I would be able to contribute to this forum, as much as I learn form you guys.

Thanks, and good luck to everyone preparing for the tests.

Ashoka
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2005, 14:01
Hi, i need some urgent advice.

I'm taking the test in in about 3 weeks time.

I ordered the Kaplan GMAT 2005 book, however it's coming without the CD ROM. It's probably a different version or something. :(

Now, I was able to get hold of a Kaplan GMAT 2003 with the CD ROM. My question is should I go ahead and order the Kaplan GMAT 2005 just for the CD ROM or should I be ok doing the tests found on the CD ROM of KAPLAN GMAT 2003.

Thanks!
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