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29 May 2011, 16:42
Hi guys,

I am currently going through the MGMAT guides and I am wondering if what I am doing can actually prove beneficial. My plan is to focus on problem solving first. Afterwards, I am planning to go through the verbal MGMAT guides and then go back to Data Sufficiency. I am confident for the verbal part. I only need to go through the guides to see and understand the questions that the GMAT can throw at me. The only thing is that I do not want to forget the math concepts that I'll have learned in the first part of my study plan, hence I thought it would be a good idea to finish with data sufficiency as I believe that these questions really test our understanding of the mathematical concepts covered in the GMAT and could also serve as a math refresher before taking the test. So has anyone ever done that ? Or is it better to actually do problem solving and data sufficiency together ?

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