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Anybody have tips on using the Veritas books for self study?

Some background:

I'm taking my GMAT in 6 weeks, and the last time I wrote it was 5 years ago. So it feels almost like starting from scratch right now. I'm shooting for to go from 640 to 720+.

I won the Veritas books in a raffle, and I picked up OG13 to go with it. There doesn't seem to be a shortage of material, so time and efficiency seems to be a crucial factor.

The Veritas set is pretty hefty, so I'm curious on opinions on making the most of them. Would you suggest to work through them all sequentially? Skip around the books? Mix it up with OG?

I've already spent ~15h so far to go from book 0 through book II, so I foresee many more hours to blast through them all.

The other factor is that this will be my third go around, so I am actively looking to do things differently from how I did it before. (used Princeton self study guide, and then OG 2nd time around). I would consider the actual course, but someone told me that as long as I have the discipline to study, just having the books would work fine. Opinions or ideas here?

Advice appreciated..!
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Strategies with Veritas Prep books   [#permalink] 15 Oct 2012, 19:52
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