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Introduction [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2006, 10:58
Hi All,

I am new to forum and have finally decided to join it today :-). Let me introduce myself to everyone here:

I am an engineer by profession and looking to retake gmat this summer. I have taken gmat once about 5 years back without any preperation and scored miserably low on it. Although, I did not do that bad on the AWA;scoring 4.5.

Currently, I am giving myself about 2 months to fully prepare for the test. The material I will using for prep. is as following:

-GMAT Official guide 10th edition
-GMAT power pre software
-Kaplan Higher score CD V5.0

The questions I have for everyone are following:

-Do you think it seems reasonable,Given the time and material I will be using for my preperation ?

Appreciate replies!
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2006, 11:09
Hi lonesome,
Good to see you at the club. It is a great learning experience for everyone here at the forum. I myself recently joined and have since learnt so much.

As for prep guides/books there are quite a few posts regarding the same all over the forum. Do a search for "prep guides"/"books" and you will hit quite a few.

As for how much time is good for preparation, it depends on you and how much time you can allocate for preparation. Just make sure you have enought time (atleast 1-1/2 months). I myself have given myself till 2nd of October 06 for the test. So it depends on you.

Good luck and will see you around more.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2006, 19:42
Two months should be good.
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