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Do I need to do any advanced sections if aiming 650-700?

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I have got the Manhattan strategy guides and taking the GMAT in 20 days. I have just gone through math foundations and the first 3 manhattan quant books. I am currently on Geometry. However, is it really necessary to go into advanced section or should I focus on the regular 600 questions and chapters?

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New post 06 Jan 2013, 23:21
I would make sure you polish your Arithmetic as much as you can (as well as word problems). Geometry advanced problems can wait.
As much as I hate to make this suggestion, I will. Since you only have 20 days and have more to cover, focus on covering everything at at least 650 level (without advanced) and then catch up on advanced if you have time at the end. That would be my suggestion....

it is good you did the Math foundations - make sure you don't skip around (e.g. if you having issues with a non-advanced section, make sure you understand all issues/solutions before moving on rather than moving and then having to go back)
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Apart from studying from books, make sure that you take a good number of full length timed CATs during these three weeks. They'll help you build the rhythm that you need during the exam and will also help you identify the areas that you need to work upon.

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