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03 Nov 2005, 19:35
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Hi folks,
I plan to take GMAT a second time next month. I am at loss as to what I can use for my prep this time around.
I have already finished the following:

POWERPREP 1 & 2
KAP800
PR class room material and 5 tests
OG10
Misc. Kap excecises and tests.

I intend to study up on my weak areas but I still need some more material to practise with. I already ordered OG11 but not sure if the official guide for quant by ETS can be helpful. Any info on what you guys find helpful will be appreciated.
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03 Nov 2005, 19:36
I forgot to add that I need some serious and advanced prep this time, need to get above 700 to qualify for the schools I am looking at. I have downloaded GMATPREP to use for practise tests next couple of weekends.
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03 Nov 2005, 19:52
seriously...thats all you need...I think....the real gmat is a bit easier than the gmatprep...thats the word on the street...

rianah100 wrote:
I forgot to add that I need some serious and advanced prep this time, need to get above 700 to qualify for the schools I am looking at. I have downloaded GMATPREP to use for practise tests next couple of weekends.
03 Nov 2005, 19:52
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