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Manhattan GMAT study strategy question [#permalink] New post 19 May 2008, 07:53
So i started taking the manhattan gmat course about a week ago. I didn't attend the second class yesterday because I wasn't able to complete the material (homework), nor was I able to take the diagnostic. This past week it really occured to me how difficult it is going to be to study while having a full time job/life with responsibilities other than getting in to b-school. Nevertheless, I decided that I'm going to create a strict study schedule today so I can get back on track.

In terms of the study strategy, should I just read through the manhattan gmat guide (ie: the theory), get a good grasp of it, then attack the problems in the OG guide? Or should I memorize the guides cold before I attack the problems? I feel like I'm spending way to much time with the guides and not enough time actually doing problems.
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Re: Manhattan GMAT study strategy question [#permalink] New post 22 May 2008, 10:17
do each section and then go through the problems they suggest. They only test the concept of that one chapter and pick OG question which focus on that one topic so you don't need to know everything...just cement the concept down. It is great and highly structured as is so don't take too much creative liberty.
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