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Prep Material for the average score [#permalink] New post 09 May 2006, 10:18
Hello everybody!

Recently I made a list of all the books mentioned in this forum. And it's a lot. First of all I don't want to break a bank, and secondly, I don't need a perfect GMAT score because I have no ambitions to go to top business school. So can anybody please recommend a must list for the average GMAT test taker?

So far I have only looked at PR 2006, and plan to purchase OG 11th edition. But do I really need Kaplan 800? Kaplan GMAT 2006, Manhattan guides???? I feel comfortable with verbal part, need to brush up math a little bit though.... Please help, because I am so confused...

THANKS!!!

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Books [#permalink] New post 09 May 2006, 10:25
I would say that Princeton is the best for an "average" scorer. I have studied the Princeton matierials and would guestimate that they would be good for anyone looking to score up to 700. I doubt you would break the 700 threshold with just it though. The Princeton practice tests seem to do a reasonably good job of estimating your actual score too. I would recommend that you also take a look at the Kaplan book as well though, because in the back of the Kaplan book, there is a great summary of all basic math topics. I would steer clear of the Manhattan GMAT books if you don't need a superior score or have the time to put into studying them. They are pretty advanced. Wish you the best!
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 [#permalink] New post 20 May 2006, 19:33
Just get OC 11 and practice from there, that should get you an average score.
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