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New post 25 Jan 2020, 23:21
Hi, I have just purchased the Official GMAT Guide 2020 and the Kaplan GMAT Prep Plus 2020. My books arrived just today and I have a solid study schedule of 10hrs/day planned.

I have a month to prepare for my exam and my core focus is mainly on Quant, as it’s been a while since I last had anything to do with the topics. So, with Quant I want a quick transition from recalling to advanced level.

1. Do you think the combination of the two books are enough or correct for my preparation for Quant?

2. Which book would you recommend for advanced Verbal training or do you think the 2 books I already have are enough?

Thank you.

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Kratos297 wrote:
Hi, I have just purchased the Official GMAT Guide 2020 and the Kaplan GMAT Prep Plus 2020. My books arrived just today and I have a solid study schedule of 10hrs/day planned.

I have a month to prepare for my exam and my core focus is mainly on Quant, as it’s been a while since I last had anything to do with the topics. So, with Quant I want a quick transition from recalling to advanced level.

1. Do you think the combination of the two books are enough or correct for my preparation for Quant?

2. Which book would you recommend for advanced Verbal training or do you think the 2 books I already have are enough?

Thank you.

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You could use GMAT Advanced book by GMAC, the book contains hard verbal questions and it can help you with your preparations
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New post 26 Jan 2020, 08:35
Hi

For quants, if you have to start from basics, go through the following link.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/all-you-need ... l#p1130136

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Please don't use any unofficial materials for verbal prep. Just use official product (either it is hard level or medium level). You can use gmatclub TAG for difficulty level question, given in the link. The link will help you. For quant, you can use "unofficial products"!

https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags
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