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Time is less.. What next... [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 00:57
Hi,

I tried to get my hands on the "Official Guide GMAT", 11th Edition. But, it seems, its still not available in Mumbai, India. On checking with a few suburbian book-stores, they told that it will take another fortnight for it to come on shelves. Does any body know any bookstore in Mumbai where it is available?

If not, can someone let me know any "significant" differences between the 10th Edition/ 11th Edition... Is it advisable to take up the 10th Edition?

I started my GAMT preparation a month ago... AND I have one month before I give my GMAT. I have taken up the Princeton Review's "Cracking the GMAT" for working on the GMAT portion.

I have taken up approximately 4-5 FULL Tests and 3-4 Diagonistic/ self-review tests (from Princeton Review, Crack-GMAT, Power Prep, Cambridge Acro tests etc. ) and have had scores ranging from 330-500.

I would like to know how do I improve my scores... With just one month remaining... What should be my focus? With varying level of difficulty in the various tests I have given, Its become very difficult to pin point any particular areas where I am weak.. In some tests, the verbal part comes up well, but the math part does not and vice-versa... SO, In the end, its like, almost all topics need to have a brush up... I know that the levels of the exams is very different among Power Prep, Kaplan, Princeton review...

I would like to have some tips/ suggestions on what I should do for the last few days...

Awaiting some positive responses...

Thank you.
Best Regards,
Calvin P.
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