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I am pretty good at the verbal section of the test. However, I am terrible at the maths part. I don't remember any of it from school and will need to re-learn even the most basic of tasks. For example, I have not had to calculate anything in my head for years and as a result I am making careless errors with even the most basic of calculations. I have been led to believe that the maths section is the most important of the GMAT. Therefore, I want to ace this part. What is the best way for me to go about studying the maths part of the exam? Does anybody, who was/is in a similar position to myself have a study plan (or similar) they used to conquer the quant part of the exam?
You probably want to start with the MGMAT Math Foundations - it is a great place even for the folks with good math background (you will be surprised how many CFA's don't perform well on the quant section).