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I'm new to gmatclub and this is my first post - first off, I just want to say THANK GOD I found this forum. This a veritable GOLDMINE for all those tackling the GMAT and it's great to have a support group of people sharing their stories and strategies; it really helps keep the motivation going for those studying alone.
Now, I've got a question - I'm currently using the MGMAT study materials and in looking through the study plans recommended on this forum, a lot of them seem to advocate starting with Quant and focusing on it exclusively. So with that, I'm wondering if it's a good idea to work the MGMAT CAT's for the quant section only, as in, skip the verbal altogether? The MGMAT site says they allow you to reset your CAT scores after you've completed all 6, but I'm not sure how difficult it will be to reset them, or if it's a waste of CAT's to not use each one fully. Additionally, will repeating a CAT that I've already worked the Quant section on skew my performance in any way? Anyone try this strategy or have any insight?