Everything I have is in my original inspirational thread -
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... c&start=20
See the last post on page 2.
In the end, I ended up doing the OG twice.
Once, with the manhattan books
, chapter by chapter, following hte question lists in the back. The problem with this was short term memory.
So..... after I had finished a book, I'd force myself to go back through it chapter by chapter - faster this time of course, but every time I found anything important (i.e. the sum of any two sides > the third) I'd write it down in Microsoft Word. Two reasons - ONE, at the end of the process I've got a 2 or 3 pager that covers the book at a high level for when I want to review, and TWO, by forcing yourself to slow down and RE-WRITE what you read in your own words, you absord far more. Difference between passive and active reading.
Then, I just re-did the OG. Started on problem 1, and just did problems, problems, problems... every one I got wrong I forced myself to understand - there were some I never fully understood - but I'd give them serious attempts - not a minute or two late in the day when you dont feel like reviewing the hardest problems - but in big chunks.