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Strategy Evaluation: 1st MGMAT CAT MATH=46, Now What??

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Strategy Evaluation: 1st MGMAT CAT MATH=46, Now What?? [#permalink] New post 15 Apr 2009, 18:09
Hey guys,

Here is my strategy:

1. Thoroughly go through all 5 Manhattan GMAT Math Guides (Completed Last Friday)
2. Thoroughly go through all 3 Manhattan GMAT Verbal Guides while at the same time doing GMAT Club Tests
3. Focus on Review of verbal, combined with quant, take CAT's until achieving the score I desire (7xx)

This is my second post on GMATCLUB and reading through the posts here so far has been helpful. I have put most of my focus in the last 2 months on conquering the GMAT. It has taken me that long to go through the 5 Math Manhattan GMAT books...My math fundamentals were terrible (1000 sat score without studying 5 years ago, c's in most college math courses) so I knew I had to start from scratch in order to get a decent score on the GMAT (7xx). K, so I finished all 5 books last week and the initial strategy was to finish the math section of MGMAT and go on to GMAT Club tests which I purchased around 2 months ago. I tried doing a club test last Friday, immediately after finishing my last MGMAT Math Page and Problem and I bombed it hard...This made me think that maybe my strategy is not as good as I first planned. So today comes around and I decide to take an MGMAT CAT and just do the Math section: I was pleasantly surprised with a 46 (79%), Where do you guys suggest I go from here? I had a thought of going back to OG and doing the tough problems there, but now its between that and the GMAT Club tests I purchased. Thanks in advance, any feedback will be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Strategy Evaluation: 1st MGMAT CAT MATH=46, Now What?? [#permalink] New post 15 Apr 2009, 20:08
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Hi financeguy25,

I can tell you this. Do not worry! 46 on manhattan gmat math is not bad at all. I usually get 47 and 48s after my prep in manhattan gmat cats. And guess what? I got 51 on the math portion of the gmat in real exam.
Re: Strategy Evaluation: 1st MGMAT CAT MATH=46, Now What??   [#permalink] 15 Apr 2009, 20:08
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