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Need a solid study plan (for all these books i have)

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Re: Need a solid study plan (for all these books i have) [#permalink] New post 12 Sep 2010, 19:54
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Roshnipat, thank you so much! I have one more question: if i will be spending much more time on studying verbal, shouldnt i start with verbal and keep Quant for later. I feel that if i start with Quant, i will forget it by the time i am done studying verbal. What do you think?[/quote]

You are welcome! I plan to do both Quant and verbal simultaneously. One session of Quant and one session of Verbal everyday. Verbal will be something I need to work on, but there is a lot to cover for Quant. This is similar to what I had done years ago when I wrote the GRE. This way, I wont feel that I am neglecting either section!!
After I cover the basics, from Phase 3 in my post, I plan to spend more time on weaknesses.

I hope this helps!! Good luck!!
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Re: Need a solid study plan (for all these books i have) [#permalink] New post 12 Sep 2010, 20:03
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score780 wrote:
Ok. Here is a list of the books i have:

MGMAT Series (8 books): Definitely great, especially Math + SC
1-Veritas Series (15 books): Excellent Practice Material
2-Chili Hot GMAT by Brandon Royal: Never heard of it
3-Ace the GMAT by Brandon Royal: Never heard of it
4-The 3 official guides (both the 12th and 11th edition): Definitely great, again. Retired questions. Excellent practice.
5-Princeton Review 2009 : Maybe the AWA Section, but not that great. Just tips and tricks. Maybe additional practice.
6-Project GMAT Advanced Math (Veritas): Haven't used it personally.
7-Kaplan GMAT Premier Program 2009: See above.
8-Kaplan GMAT 800: I hear its pretty decent.
9-CR Bible: EXCELLENT book.
10-SC Bible : Use MGMAT instead.
11-LSAT RC Bible: Definitely worth having.
12-Doing Grammar by Max Morenberg

Thanks!


I agree with Whiplash ...
Pre-GMAT - Doing Grammar
Basics - MGMAT Quant + SC, Powerscore CR, LSAT RC bible
Practice - Veritas books, All OGs and Kaplan books - maybe Princeton

Brandon Royal books - have never heard of them - After you have exhausted all sources, you can consider this for practice.
I understand that Project GMAT advanced Math used to be the goto source for Probability and Statistics, this should be covered adequately in the new Veritas guide.. you could always consider this for additional practice
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Re: Need a solid study plan (for all these books i have) [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2012, 12:56
kissthegmat wrote:
OG12
OG verbal
OG Math
MGMAT or Veritas guides
gmatclub tests
MGMAT tests

It's enough!


they moved me in my job to a different region and it's been 6 months trying to adapt. i just decided to go back to study. Just a question, should i start with the OG or finish off with them?
Re: Need a solid study plan (for all these books i have)   [#permalink] 08 Sep 2012, 12:56
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