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Joined: 06 Jun 2013
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Concentration: Finance, Economics
Schools: AGSM '16
GMAT 1: 690 Q38 V41
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17 Jun 2013, 06:06
Hi everyone!

I'll be sitting for my GMAT one month from today. I'm really,really bad at Quant and incredibly under-confident. However, after quite a bit of practice, I've finally managed to get a grip on PS questions. However, DS questions are proving to be a menace for me! I take an exorbitant amount of time on them and still get them wrong anyway.I'm targetting a 750+ score so I need to master DS questions. Can anyone provide me with the names of a few good books?
Also, I've finished OG and also the KAplan Math workbook( which did not prove to be much of a hurdle). I've heard that Kaplan is good for easy and intermediate level questions, so I now need to master the 700-800 questions. Am I ready for Manhattan GMAT Advanced Quant? Or should I do some other book?
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