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First, congrats on your success. This post is specifically targeted to people who've scored low low 400s to mid 500s and were able to increase their scores surpassing the 700 club.

You most likely just took your exam, and scored extremely well, and I want to tap into that success that you've recently had.

My question is, how did you study? Be specific, on your usage of the OG guides, problem counts, how did you organize yourself, and your materials. I'm sick of reading these inspirational stories without actual help. I want to know how you utilized the materials to grasp the concepts of the gmat. Did you read the books two or three times, did you do og problems after you read all the mgmat books, did the end of chapter problems like 10 times each? Then the set of questions pertaining per topic? You get my idea? what was your study approach for sc, rc, cr, ps, and DS.

How did you study? And how did you learn the concepts.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and to post here. I'm sure people around the world will be able to thank you.
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Re: If you're debriefing....read this, and reply to this thread. [#permalink] New post 10 May 2013, 21:36
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Kudos on your initiative - I hope you find some good stories.
I also hope you can look around and pick/copy/paste some of the advice and tips. Here is a thread to get you started: best-gmat-stories-period-98512.html

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Re: If you're debriefing....read this, and reply to this thread. [#permalink] New post 11 May 2013, 06:40
How did you manage to break up so many concepts in your studies in the time frame that you studied?
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