First of all thanks for this wonderful site. This site is simply superb!!
I am planning to give my GMAT by april end. So i have around 4 months of preparation time. I have the following books with me -
gmat premier 2010 live online
3.Manhattan GMAT SC
4.Manhattan GMAT CR
& RC(Single Book)
5.GMAT CR Bible from powerscore
fractions & Decimals
I am a bit confused about which books to start with and in which order. I know that Manhattan SC,CR & RC(Single Book), are topic specific books for SC, CR and RC respectively. Also CR Bible from powerscore is for CR.
So for verbal, should i start with Kaplan
(Book 2) and cover all the 3 in this book(namely SC,RC & CR), also the test & exercises and then read the manhattan books
(Book 3,4) and GMAT CR Bible(Book 5) topics vice and also the corresponding test & exercises ? In this way i cover all the verbal topics generally(from Kaplan
) and then cover verbal topic vice(from manhattan & powerscore CR
). After this, i should use OG for verbal. Is this approach ok ??
For Quantitative, i am not sure which book to start. For Quantitative as well, should i start with kaplan
and go through all the topics in it. Or since i have Manhattan GMAT
fractions & Decimals and Manhattan GMAT
word translations should i go through these manhattan first and then kaplan
Please tell me how to use these 3 books, kaplan
, manhattan frac & dec , manhattan word translations
For both verbal & quantitative, i will be using OG at the end only. Please help/Guide me. Thanks a ton !!!
Class of 2012
Great Lakes Institute of Management