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Quant Trouble [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2009, 18:32
I am having trouble breaking 40Q. My verbal is naturally strong so I am not nearly as concerned with it. I know I can greatly boost my score via an improved quant score, which is easier to increase than verbal.

I have gone through MGMAT Number Properties and half way through their Eq, Ineq, and VIC book. Just ordered Word Translations

Any suggestions?
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Re: Quant Trouble [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2009, 18:51
I'm almost through with the kaplan math workbook and I'd say it helped a lot. I was right where you are at - 39-42Q, and I just got Q47 on the official GMAT prep test. I haven't tried any of the MGMAT books though...
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Re: Quant Trouble [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2009, 04:36
adamv30 wrote:
I am having trouble breaking 40Q. My verbal is naturally strong so I am not nearly as concerned with it. I know I can greatly boost my score via an improved quant score, which is easier to increase than verbal.

I have gone through MGMAT Number Properties and half way through their Eq, Ineq, and VIC book. Just ordered Word Translations

Any suggestions?


Are you practicing the questions from the official guide as you finish the MGMAT books? I feel that you really need to apply what you just learned in order to remember it.
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Re: Quant Trouble [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2009, 06:53
Yes, I review the section in the MGMAT book then I do the corresponding problems in OG12. This method seems to have really helped(esp. in Number Properties). My hold up now is mostly word problems and more difficult VIC questions.
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