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Intern
Joined: 02 Feb 2006
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08 Feb 2006, 08:43
Hi,

I apologize for posting this question in this forum. I don't know how to get my question answered straightway.

I have strated going through this verbal forum. As you'll can see there are 187 pages and around 50 Questions per page on this forum. If I will continue going at my current rate checking all posts (which i badly want to do as I think need to work more on verbal area) it will take me more than 6 months (i can read around 25 posts daily).

Can anyone help me on how to approach going though all old posts on all forums?

Happy acing!

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08 Feb 2006, 08:48
Hi IMO you better read all new posts and work harder on them))
try to analyze every question. And make a decision on answer choices before you ll see the OA or explanation of others!
I think it will be more useful for you than if you just read the answers))
Try to add explanations ))don't be afraid to do mistakes.As someone already said we are all here to learn!wish you luck anyways
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08 Feb 2006, 08:50
Quality over quantity brother. I tried your approach and scored a miserable 590, so focus on reading the "best verbal discussions" and "math challenges" instead. Scrutinize the OEs given by top gun members like Paul, HongHu, Laxie, Vivek, Duttsit, and Supercat. Six months sounds about right unless you are planning to put in 6~8+ hours a day.

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08 Feb 2006, 14:55
Gmat773. your answers and explanations seem to me that you are in the 700 club. Is 773 your new score.
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09 Feb 2006, 07:13
El Torro wrote:

I`d probably have a heart attack then and there if such a score flashed up on the screen.

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09 Feb 2006, 07:28
GMATT73 wrote:
El Torro wrote:

I`d probably have a heart attack then and there if such a score flashed up on the screen.

you better take some medicine from heart atacks with you on your next exam))
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