bb, you mentioned the kaplan verbal
workout book as one of your recommendations for the verbal part for the gmat. Before finding about your site i had already purchased the Princeton review verbal
workout. Would you think this would make a difference?
Also i would like to ask, I currently have the Kaplan
2003 version w/ CD rom gmat guide , the Kaplan
math gmat workbook (your recommendation) the Official guide 10th edition and the P.R verbal workout book i mentioned. What is your suggestion as to which to start with first and which one to do last?
By the way great site!!
Yes, I am a strong advocate of Kaplan
I have used all of them besides GMAT 800
, but I think it was a good idea to come up with that one. They have addressed a good market segment without cannibalizing sales from the other books. Smart.
Anyway, PR's verbal book is pretty much nothing compared to the Kaplan
's. As you may have seen from the reviews in teh book's section, they are not very praiseful. I have tried that book but it is really weird and not helpful at all... it seems helpful as you take your first look at it, but then realize that the author has no idea what he is talking about...
As to first/last that's a good question.
Math.... since the chapters are structured and a little harder.
Then you can start working on those math Tests in the KAPLAN
I'd leave OG for the last part; math does not matter as much, but the verbal is important.
If you have not taken the PowerPrep, then take the tests before you work on the OG since the problems are identical.
I hope I got all the Q's covered...
You have some hard work ahead of you...