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# 1 month to prepare for GMAT - Ideas, Suggestions???

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01 May 2009, 09:53
Dear All,,

I am scheduled to write the Test on 7th June 2009. Have been out of school for almost 8 years, am weak on the Quantitative side. Someone advised me to use the Princeton Review, any suggestions, Ideas, Guidelines, Strategies???? Am shooting for something around 650. Please advise. Thanks.

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01 May 2009, 10:21
Hello ,

have you taken any dignostic test yet?
Any gmatprep attempt?

If no , you should take one , that will give you the exact picture of where you stand in verbal / math.
You may proceed with the strategy accordingly.

Verbal section is difficult for most of us.....its an advantage if you think that quant is a problem for you , I guess its comparitively easy to improve.

I think you should take GmatPrep first.
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02 May 2009, 11:26
After taking the diagnostic test I would study the "Official GMAT Guide" that is issued by GMAC.

You can find the Official Guide here:

http://www.mba.com/mba/store

I hope this helps and good luck!

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02 May 2009, 22:52
I'm in the exact situation. My Verbal knowledge is ok but my math is absolutely terrible. I'm sitting the GMAT on June 16th and am not sure how I can improve the math (no classes are available now!). I'm aiming for around 600. Is it possible?

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02 May 2009, 23:21
Take a look at the Math books in my signature - these are the best based on GMAT Club Member's reviews and feedback - please reply in this thread or in the book thread if you have any questions.

I would recommend you start with a general book such as Kaplan Math Workbook and then if you need additional help, get the very specialized help.
Also, if you have only a month left, you don't have time to go very deep. However, 1 month is enough for the Kaplan's book - you can cover it in 2 weeks easy.

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02 May 2009, 23:26
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I'm in the exact situation. My Verbal knowledge is ok but my math is absolutely terrible. I'm sitting the GMAT on June 16th and am not sure how I can improve the math (no classes are available now!). I'm aiming for around 600. Is it possible?

Tell me your current diagnostic score and I will tell you if it's possible. You can take any diagnostic test. If you don't have any - you can take GMATPrep, but don't take both tests, take only one as it is very a very valuable tool. See this thread on why and how to use it: gmatprep-gmat-prep-powerprep-power-prep-free-tests-77548.html
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05 May 2009, 09:05
My suggestion complete the OG Guide--all three inclduing Verbal and Maths seperately...give some practise tests like GMAT Prep on mba.com..that should suffice for 1 month of study

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