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Pls help me! [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2006, 05:53
i'm a new beginer studying GMAT. I've colectted a lots of materials but i don't know where I should begin. My goal is over 700. Pls help me.
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2006, 10:52
Start with Princeton Review book...

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Re: Pls help me! [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2006, 11:09
My recommendation [in the order of priority]-

1. Official guide
2. Supplements to the official guide
3. Cambridge [now called ARCO]
4. GMAT official CD
5. Kaplan CD.

I didn't use Manhattan. Princeton is pretty weird....all it teaches you to do is plug and not think like some Joe Blogg.....This was not helpful. You don't have a lot of time in the exam to play around plugging in different answer choices......unless ofcourse, you are Einstein...

I got a score of 700 with the above study material. It worked for me, not sure if it will work for you.....do a diagnostic test and you will find out where u stand.

good luck

[quote="thichtomo"]i'm a new beginer studying GMAT. I've colectted a lots of materials but i don't know where I should begin. My goal is over 700. Pls help me.[/quote]
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2006, 13:07
I think you need to start with a prep guide such as princeton review, kaplan or mgmat to learn all the material covered on the GMAT (I used princeton review and thought it was pretty good). Then work your way through all the official material (OG11, OG supplements, GMATPrep). For extra practice tests I think Kaplan and MGMAT are best for quant practice (although their scores are not represantative) and PR is best for verbal practice (and their math is ok when you're just getting started).
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2006, 13:30
IHateTheGMAT wrote:
I think you need to start with a prep guide such as princeton review, kaplan or mgmat to learn all the material covered on the GMAT (I used princeton review and thought it was pretty good). Then work your way through all the official material (OG11, OG supplements, GMATPrep). For extra practice tests I think Kaplan and MGMAT are best for quant practice (although their scores are not represantative) and PR is best for verbal practice (and their math is ok when you're just getting started).


I second this suggestion.

Wanted to add: MGMAT SC Guide is one of the best for SCs. After reading Princeton Review when you are ready for the official guide 11th edition, then do MGMAT SC before official guide.
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