I was wondering if you could share some of your keen insight as to the best way to boost a pathetically low quantitative score? Over the past six months, I have been practicing with Kaplan
, GMAT800, Delta Course, and now Veritas
ProjectGMAT in a desperate attempt to raise my pathertic Q34 to a Q48+. Many fellow club members claim that the Math Challenges
in the forum closely reflect the upper end of the difficulty on the official test, however I can`t seem to make heads or tails of most of those problems. Honestly, IMHO there is a huge "gap" between what GMAT test prep books categorize as "difficult" problems and what really are difficult problems
Therefore, in order to get a solid grounding in the fundamentals of GMAT tested mathematics, I have considered taking a holistic approach to my study strategies by practicing with Schaum`s Outlines.
http://books.mcgraw-hill.com/getcategor ... th&level=3
The problem is, Schaum`s publishes outlines on everything from basic arithmetic to Lagrangian Dynamics . In your opinion, which of the following, if any, would you recommend I study solely as a means to "bridge the gap?"
Easy Outline College Mathematics
Outline of Geometry
Outline of Probability, 2nd Edition
Easy Outline Statistics
Outline of Set Theory and Related Topics
Outline of Beginning Statistics
Outline of Intermediate Algebra
Thanks for your support Hjort!