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One month til Test Day [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2009, 15:02
I plan to take the test by this time next month. But I'm getting scared because I keep missing/not knowing how to work some problems in the GMAT Club Tests. I had a 3-month plan consisting of the first month concentrating on Math and start concentrating on Verbal for the next month. Now I'm halfway through the CR Book and pretty much finished the SC Book. Still working on math, but I don't feel confident when answering questions on the GMAT Club Tests...

I haven't touched RC at all yet, but I have been trying to read more often. I just obtained a copy of The Great Gatsby and have been reading that on my spare time.

Any suggestions for this next month? I haven't touched the timing issue, either, which was a problem for me when I took the test. I seemed to be rushed when I was working on the Verbal portion of the test and felt like I could have made a better score.

I think my biggest problem is that I have trouble setting up equations... What is the best way to overcome this obstacle?
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Re: One month til Test Day [#permalink] New post 25 Dec 2009, 06:06
Hello Nach0,

Your question regarding setting up equation: This is known as word translations. Manhattan GMAT has a book that caters to this specific subject.

Regarding the remaining things you have above:

I don't see anything about a diagnostic test. Have you taken a practice test yet? If not, I recommend this be the next step. An initial diagnostic is key to addressing where your shortcomings are and coming up with a plan to overcome them (an error log is key here).

Best of luck,

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Re: One month til Test Day   [#permalink] 25 Dec 2009, 06:06
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