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Any prep tests that lets me take Quant or Verb Separately??

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Any prep tests that lets me take Quant or Verb Separately?? [#permalink]

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13 Jun 2008, 16:45
The Goal is to first build my ability by focusing them seperately.

This is my first post in this club.

These are the initial stages of my preparation.

GMAT Needs lots of Focus:

I have been trying to prepare on and off. Did finish about 50% of the Problem solving questions from OG11. Finished preparing material from the Princeton review. I need lots of test taking to be done in order to hone my skills. I guess this is the beginging of my test preparation.

To be honest I feel a little nervous.

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13 Jun 2008, 19:23
One good resource for Quant is GMAT challenges and I think you need to pay for that. You can do only one section in pretty much any test. Skip the test portions you are not interested. However I would advise you against that strategy. Use the CAT's to test your knowledge/preperation and timing. Use OG and other prep material to learn concepts and basics.

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13 Jun 2008, 21:03
Buy the separate official verbal and quant workbooks. That will give you plenty of extra prep.

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16 Jun 2008, 02:45
If you want to do each section by itself you can always skip the section you don't want to do in GMATPrep.
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