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Hi Praetorian,
I'm new to this website. This post provided a good start on getting to know the website and finding resources in an organized way. Otherwise, its tough to go through each and every message as it takes a lot of time.
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Would like to raise my quantitative score to a 35 plus... [#permalink]
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I have about three months to retake the GMAT. I would like to raise my quantitative score from a 19 to a 35 plus..any tips, I would like to view books who build from the basics, I neglected those, and my quant score suffered because of it. I also was considering taking the Princeton Review prep course? Has anyone else taken it? Is it worth the money?



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i'm a doctor and last did maths i 1990. all this is heaven sent
& because of a lot of factors i HAVE to finish GMAT by aug end....
i scored 710 in gmatprep
am scoring around 90th percentile in something called crack gmat... how am i doing? couldn't find any info about the crack gmat thing



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Thank you so much for this thread.
I am going to spend the whole week to make the most out of it.
I need to get a better grasp of the basic, I am hovering around 3539 in quant.
If any of you guys have any new stuff, please message me thanks!



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Re: New to the Math forum? Please read this first [#permalink]
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Thanks Praetorian. This thread is amazing and very helpful.
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Speaking as someone who is not inherently gifted at math, this is a great resource. Thank you!



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GMAT is 2 weeks away. so was thinking of rereshing my basics once. couldnt find anything better than this. Praetorian +1 frm me



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thanks a lot. I am bookmarking this page ! +2
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This page is really worth bookmarking.. Thanks Praetorian



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Hey,
Great collection of math based topics. Am planning to give my GMAT in Dec 08.. and this is very helpful...



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Thanks for the compilation of info... I think this will get me on the right track.



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