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# Desperat for the 600

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Joined: 06 May 2009
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Schools: Leeds School of Business - Boulder

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07 May 2009, 13:29
Hi everyone,

Actually I am new to this forum and I really would like to share my problem because I am confused and I don't know from where I have to start?
I have a bachelors in Art & Design and I got a scholarship for an MBA major. The Problem is that I need to get at least 600 or 640 to be admitted at Leeds School of Business and I took the test and my score was 310. I don't how to study the gmat and how can I improve my score. I don't mind studying for intensive houre as long as I am going to improve the score but I need someone to guide me. If I didn't get the 600 I might loose the scholarship. Would you please help me?

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Fatma
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07 May 2009, 14:15
Your goal is not out of reach. How much time do you have?

You are probably looking into 2 months of study to improve 300 points.

I would recommend you start here if you are not very familiar with the test itself: gmat-faq-frequently-asked-questions-about-gmat-75809.html
You should also get some books - I would recommend that you get a Kaplan Premiere, Kaplan Math Workbook and Kaplan Verbal Workbook and after you are done with those, get Official Guide 12.

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By the time you are done with Math and Verbal workbooks, start taking full length tests, you can use the GMAT Prep, but also look into other tests: all-gmat-cat-practice-tests-links-prices-reviews-77460.html

Finally, check out this "Share your GMAT Experience" forum for some testimonials and reviews of what worked and what did not.

Ask if you have any questions!
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12 May 2009, 14:18
Hello again,

thanx for replying.. actually really bad in word problems in Quant and very slow in reading and I don't know how to improve these two!!!!

I have to submit the score on 31 of May which is soooon...
I was studying in Kaplan but I haven't learn how to work on the math problems they only taught us strategies of how to crack the gmat which wasn't that useful for me as a begginer!!!

So I don't on which section I have to concentrate more since I have almost the same scores in both sections??

Please any suggestions?!! I would be really greatful... Thanks
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