I was looking at class options but the geography and timing factors aren't particularly easy. I have worked through Project Gmat
, some of the forum things here and the Manhattan GMAT
materials arrived in the mail today. I am halfway through number properties. If you have been a high test scorer in the past you may be able to self study.
I was almost convinced I was going to pay for one of the two week cram courses... until I downloaded the error log
and began using it. I found I had to add categories to the drop boxes ... for "read the whole question" "didn't bother to read the last answer" and other careless errors and approximately half my mistakes are silly organizational ones. You might want to grab a few of the study guides and see how you do before committing to a class.
Well My friend,
I too agree watever u said above, Actually i didn't go through GMAT exam earlier and this my first try. I just want
to crack at first time rather taking the exam many times. I am more comforable in learning from instructor or teacher through which we can have one to one attention and it will be helpful in serious preparion rather than just going through the books at home.
As i am a working professional i don't find much time on normal days except the weekends for preparation, so thought of going through these famous institutions for GMAT and to give my level best at the first try.