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# Final Stretch

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10 Feb 2011, 21:54
My exam is a few weeks away and I am just trying to make a mental outline of what things to go over.

I have already done all 3 Official Guides. I marked the ones I got wrong/had to think twice about and plan to revisit them again. I have a decent amount of time left. Do you think it's worth redoing EVERY single problem in the guides or should I just focus on the ones I missed? I am noticing that most of my errors came from careless mistakes or not fully understanding what the question was asking due to confusing wording. Overall, concept errors were very few. I would rather focus my time on fully completing and analyzing both the GMAT Club tests and MGMAT Quant Portions of the CATs/Question Banks.

I would appreciate the community's thoughts on this.

Thanks.

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11 Feb 2011, 03:11
ibbys wrote:
My exam is a few weeks away and I am just trying to make a mental outline of what things to go over.

I have already done all 3 Official Guides. I marked the ones I got wrong/had to think twice about and plan to revisit them again. I have a decent amount of time left. Do you think it's worth redoing EVERY single problem in the guides or should I just focus on the ones I missed? I am noticing that most of my errors came from careless mistakes or not fully understanding what the question was asking due to confusing wording. Overall, concept errors were very few. I would rather focus my time on fully completing and analyzing both the GMAT Club tests and MGMAT Quant Portions of the CATs/Question Banks.

I would appreciate the community's thoughts on this.

Thanks.

Have you given any mock exams?? just sit for a couple of exams and see how you are performing. That should boost your confidence

I think there's no point going over each question. As long as you dedicate time proportionately across all chapters/sections, I think doing only select questions is enough. The reason I mentioned all sections is that it can happen sometimes that if you concentrate on a few difficult sums from a particular chapter for too long, basic concepts from other chapters take a backseat in your mind and can be damaging especially in a pressure situation.

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Re: Final Stretch   [#permalink] 11 Feb 2011, 03:11
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