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# What do I do? Any recommendations

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Director
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14 Sep 2007, 19:30
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What do I do?

Any recommendations?
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14 Sep 2007, 20:12
rca215 wrote:
What do I do?

Any recommendations?

Rca- If you dont know how to begin with most of the problems here then I would suggest forget about this forum sometime. And go back to basics of maths again.Spend at least 1-2 weeks learning back the college maths concepts . My recommendation would be Kaplan and OG11. Do them first . Get your basic stong and then dive in this forum.
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14 Sep 2007, 21:28
Totally agree w/ ashkrs. I was in the same boat as you about 3months ago.

You have to remember, the majority of the problems on this forum are very difficult. These problems can be real confidence killers since it appears you are very new to the GMAT in general.

I reccomend to use the OG 11, and the Manhattan GMAT books.

Also if your very rusty, as I was, check the internet for basic learning principles such as long division, fractions, decimals, percents, etc...

Your not alone. When I first started I forgot how to do long division, how to turn fractions to decimals, and even forgot how to add fractions.

Check out the books man and def focus on the basics for now.

I also reccomend u stay away from the verbal section too if your having similar problems. Again OG 11, MGMAT Books (Especially SC, it is a MUST!!!). CR and RC, not so much, but they did help me.

Good Luck!
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15 Sep 2007, 06:03
Thanks for the input guys. I'll check out the OG, MGMAT and Kaplan books to start with the quant section. I did a little refresher on some of the basics online but it hasn't seemed to help in tackling the complex problems.

I'm not too concerned with the verbal...got a 46 on it in my first practice test...so my studies will be 99% math-focused.
15 Sep 2007, 06:03
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