Vergi wrote:

Hello.

Please I need help. I have some questions:

1. I know what my weaknesses are, do I have to start there? Or not?

2. Do you recommend to buy

the Official Guide of GMAT? I'm not sure.

Posted from my mobile deviceHi Vergi

Welcome to GMATClub

In addition to whatever

rohan2345 has already written - I would like to bring to your

attention, this very forum which you can use very effectively to build up your concepts.

You could alternatively use the Manhattan Strategy guides to build your concepts

1. Follow Bunuel at the Math Forum(for Quant Section)

His signature contains some awesome questions that give you the true taste of GMAT.

Baker's Dozen, 12 Easy Pieces etc.. Even otherwise, solve each and every question he

puts up on the forum. They definitely give you all the practice that you need for Quant.

2. Once, you begin with the preparation for GMAT, dedicate every ounce of your free

time to it. Since you are only beginning with your preparation, it makes sense to clear

your concepts for every topic and follow it up with some practice. You can find all the

questions you need for practice, here at GMATClub and the Timer feature will help you

understand your ability to perform under the clock.

These are some links which I found to be very beneficial

GMAT Club Maths Book:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-math-book-87417.htmlQuantitative Megathread:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/ultimate-gma ... 44512.html You might also want to check the

GMATClub Tests(which can help you improve your score)

You could either buy them or earn kudos to redeem the tests.

GMATClub tests contain

some awesome questions which bring out the best when it comes to the Quant Section.

Last but not the least, you might want to check this study plan out

https://gmatclub.com/forum/study-plan-383/Hope that helps you in some way!

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