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I just finished taking the LSAT and I need to take the GMAT now for a JD/MBA. What materials are recommended for concepts and where can I find the best practice tests. I took a Kaplan course 3 years ago but never took the test so I am familiar with all of the sections and basic concepts. I only need to learn Sentence Correction and Math. I am good at math and am pretty good at data sufficiency. My target score is high 700's. Is it unrealistic to think I can reach this score in three weeks? What can you recommend for me?
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Re: Study Materials [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2007, 16:06
JDMBA wrote:
I just finished taking the LSAT and I need to take the GMAT now for a JD/MBA. What materials are recommended for concepts and where can I find the best practice tests. I took a Kaplan course 3 years ago but never took the test so I am familiar with all of the sections and basic concepts. I only need to learn Sentence Correction and Math. I am good at math and am pretty good at data sufficiency. My target score is high 700's. Is it unrealistic to think I can reach this score in three weeks? What can you recommend for me?


JDMBA,

I will recommend the following:
1) Do the OG 11th edition verbal
2) Purchase MGMAT SC book. It is amazing for SC. You will also get free 6 full length online tests which are a must.
3) Take 2 GMATPrep test which are official tests.
4) Keep watching GMAT Club for challenging questions :-)
All the bestn
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