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I am a newbie to this site and require your experience and know how in a very important thing.

I am starting my GMAT preparation from next week and wanted to know which books should I use in order to get a 750+ score. I know that you have already said that the OG 12th edition and 10th edition and Kaplan and MGMAT and Princeton Review are awesome books. But it would be great if you could tell me the names of the books which are a must have.

I have 3 months to prepare and would also appreciate if you could give me the order in which I should use the books.

Thank you.

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I am a newbie to this site and require your experience and know how in a very important thing.

I am starting my GMAT preparation from next week and wanted to know which books should I use in order to get a 750+ score. I know that you have already said that the OG 12th edition and 10th edition and Kaplan and MGMAT and Princeton Review are awesome books. But it would be great if you could tell me the names of the books which are a must have.

I have 3 months to prepare and would also appreciate if you could give me the order in which I should use the books.

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For the Verbal section, what books would you guys recommend for a native speaker aiming for the 95th percentile?

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