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The Road to the 99th Percentile

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The Road to the 99th Percentile [#permalink] New post 02 Feb 2013, 14:24
Hello there everybody. Im starting this thread for the purpose of being a self-motivation tool. I am currently a final year undergrad at a Canadian university and need am taking the GMAT in order to apply to certain masters programs and unfortunately my cumulative GPA is not stellar and am looking to really crush the GMAT to make up for this flaw.

I will be writing the test on March 30th and I have actually been studying very lightly for the past 2 or 3 months and I am going to turn it up a notch for the coming two months. The materials I am using are the Manhattan GMAT guides, Powerscore CR Bible, Grammar by Diagram by Cindy L Vitto (because I really stink at SC), and I have a subscription to Magoosh GMAT which actually has turned out to be really good especially for things like probability and statistics.

I will try to update frequently and hopefully post some of the notes I take, insights I make and questions that I may have.

Cheers to anyone reading and hopefully you'll gain some knowledge as I gain some myself.
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Re: The Road to the 99th Percentile [#permalink] New post 05 Feb 2013, 22:29
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Keep the updates going - it is important to document to see your progress and potential improvement areas.
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