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21 Sep 2006, 06:48
This topic is locked. If you want to discuss this question please re-post it in the respective forum.

Hey guys,

I am about to embark on a very difficult path. My name explains how long I have to study. 1 year to get through the Official GMAT review 11th edition. I want to know this guide inside and out. I am planning on studying 1 hour every day for 365 days. I can see that simply knowing 2 pages every day will allow me to complete the 800 page review.

Is this good planning?...or will I need to incorporate other books?

My aim is to hit a 650 and have my choice at any Canadian University.

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21 Sep 2006, 07:18
Hi 1_Year_To_Study and welcome

In order to catch the maximum of replies on your post, I suggest u to repost it in the section "GMAT" dedicated to this purpose.

And to answer partly, u could have a look on the post of Futuristic :
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=244281

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