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Need to get better in Quantitative [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2009, 18:33
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I finished taking a Kaplan course and though I have improved the verbal portion of the test by leaps and bounds (I consistently score above the 90th percentile, however I was a strong reader and a philosophy major so this is not surprising) my quantitative skills suck. I am currently scoring through 580-600 level. I am suffering through GMAT burnout so I am going to take a couple of weeks off and will start studying again on January 1st. Please tell me what should be my new strategy to get strong in math?

Which books should I buy and how do I go getting better at it?

As of now I am thinking of buying the Manhattan GMAT strategy books and perhaps signing up to Newton. What do you guys think?

Thanks!
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