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# Study Problems

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14 Aug 2012, 01:37
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Hey guys,

I am learning for the GMAT for around 3 weeks now. I started with the Quant Section, but I still feel that I am not well prepared for that part. AND in 3 weeks is my test date;(

When I study, I often have to look at the solutions to know how the problems work, especially at the harder problems 150+.

However, I also do not have finished the official guide to gmat...

I am a little bit depressed...

What should I do to pass my goal of 700 on the GMAT?

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14 Aug 2012, 02:17
Hey

I am preparing for GMAT and have my exam in about 2 months. Need your help and guidance. Here is the situation.

I did Quant last in my 10th standard, I have been taking coaching for quant(& Verbal) for GMAT and now I am done with syllabus however I feel there is a lot that was not covered. I am practicing questions from OG's. I did the Number Theory from GMAT Club Math Book (It helped me a lot). Today, while practicing the questions, I came across "remainder problem" -- which was never discussed.

Also, I want to be sure that I cover all the concepts for GMAT and then move towards mock tests. What study material would you sugggest? Manhattan, Kaplan?? Please consider the time constraints that I have. I am targeting score of 48 or above in quant. I need 720+ in GMAT.

Verbal is going pretty good. I am doing above average in Verbal. Feel free to suggest a book for practice.

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14 Aug 2012, 09:50
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