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study plan for gmat [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2006, 10:35
I have arco's 06 mastering the gmat, what is the best way to start preparing for gmat , finish one section of sc, reading or finish quantative section completely.

Do I need to buy any more books Og or mgmat books. I need good books for quantative and for SC.

What other books are recomended for gmat
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2006, 16:21
I haven't seen too many good reviews for that book. I would use 1) Official Guide, 11th edition; 2) GMATPrep official tests (do these before the OG because there's a little bit of question overlap); and 3) Cracking the GMAT from Princeton Review. The PR book is a must for properly understanding the test and nailing down strategy. The official materials have no strategy, because GMAC likes to tell people the test isn't coachable. :-)

These should be your starter books. Work through them and then see where you need to go.
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2006, 17:35
Whats the best way to use the Official Guide, use it first or take the gmatprep practice test to see how I do.

How are Kaplan and PR books for studying and giving refresher on math abd verbal.
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 [#permalink] New post 22 Sep 2006, 09:07
Here is my opnion.

1.- Take the GMATPrep Test I
2.- Establish a framework for each type of problem - I used Kaplan (ie picking numbers)
3.- Work the OG
4.- Complete as many test as possible (Kaplan, PR, etc) plenty of free test out there
4.- Take the GMATPrep Test II

The GMATPrep contains questions from the OG.

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 [#permalink] New post 23 Sep 2006, 01:44
What do you think about Manhattan GMAT books ???
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Sep 2006, 06:49
Does your ARCO book have the ARCO gold CD? If so that is a great disk!!! I know 3 people who used that CD and got the exact same score on the real GMAT as they did on their final ARCO test.
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