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I have been killing myself getting ready for the GMAT. I am way above average on the verbal and it is a rare occurence that I would miss a question, but quantitative is a whole other deal! I love math, but am horrible at it. I just took the quantitative version of the practice test offered through the GMAT software and score a - ugh - 43 (with 18 misses).
I have a heck of a time with probabilities and the work problems, but have been killing myself. I frequent Princeton Review, the official GMAT software, my OG GMAT study book and, of course, spend as much time as I can on GMATclub to hit the questions people post for help on. Does anyone know of any other resources I could use for quantitative review/learning? Does anyone have any tricks, concepts or pointers on how to study? I am working on a shoestring, so my options are limited to a stressed pocket book.
Also, does anyone have any idea what kind of score a 42V / 43Q / 5.5AVA como would produce?
I've been studying combinatorics and probability with the Combinatorics Veritas book, it has been really helpful... for work problems, the Manhattan books are good... I got the complete set and they provide some good strategies for solving almost all type of problems.
Check out this awesome article about Anderson on Poets Quants, http://poetsandquants.com/2015/01/02/uclas-anderson-school-morphs-into-a-friendly-tech-hub/ . Anderson is a great place! Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I...