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Need to improve my math from Q46 ->>> Q49. How do I do it?

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Need to improve my math from Q46 ->>> Q49. How do I do it? [#permalink] New post 04 May 2009, 12:58
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I'm stuck in this rut of getting Q46's on my GmatPreps.

I need to get Q49 to break my target, and I have one more month of studying left.

I'm not too sure on what topics I need to focus on with the little time left. I know to get to the higher bins I need to solve the harder problems.

Here are the advanced topics that come to mind:

1) Mixtures
2) Rates
3) Overlapping Sets
4) Probability
5) Permutations/Combinations
6) Series

How should I prioritize?

Also, I've been doing the GMAT Club Math Tests, but I'm doing terrible on most of them. Should I be concerned?
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Re: Need to improve my math from Q46 ->>> Q49. How do I do it? [#permalink] New post 04 May 2009, 23:27
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bigfernhead wrote:
Also, I've been doing the GMAT Club Math Tests, but I'm doing terrible on most of them. Should I be concerned?


Everybody is - don't be concerned - they are designed to make you sweat.

About the questions, you have obviously done quite a few and practiced for a long time. I will send you a PM. However, my score is not that much higher, so not sure how much value I will add. Perhaps somebody with Q50 can weigh in too.

You have a PM!

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Re: Need to improve my math from Q46 ->>> Q49. How do I do it?   [#permalink] 04 May 2009, 23:27
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