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Getting back into the rhythm

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So I have taken the past 3 months off. My wife and I decided to move and we are building a new home now... Taking advantage of some really reduced real estate prices and the fact that the cost to build a home is now back to 2004-2005 levels....

My question, what should I do to get back into this? I had been scoring in the upper 400's to upper 500's, as sad as that sounds, before I took a break.

I have the following:

OG11 (3 copies for some reason :shock: )
Manhattan SC
OG Quant
Kaplan 800
GMAT Club exams

I used Princeton Review's online course (the one where you go at your own pace), and I thought it was "okay." That has since expired.

Suggestions?

I want (need) to score in the upper 600's.

Thanks.

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New post 07 Jul 2008, 14:41
I would say jump back in with OG11 questions to start. Also, call PR and see if they'll reactivate your online classroom for a short period of time (~2 months). I took the classroom course and they reactivated my online resources not once but twice. The PR CATs are great practice.
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Start with OG. I guess it is the best way.
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New post 07 Jul 2008, 20:24
RyanDe680 wrote:

I have the following:

OG11 (3 copies for some reason :shock: )



You never can have enough of these laying around. It is easier to have them laying everywhere than to have to go for hunt your only copy that you misplaced.

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New post 11 Jul 2008, 01:26
You can start with OG diagnostics, it will help you define your focus areas.

To cover the basics you will require individual books. MGMAT Num Properties, Word Translations & SC are great help in Quant. Kaplan also has decent reference material. There are tons of other material online and in forum SC1000, CRs and 1000 RCs for practice. Kaplan800 is for after basic prep. I hope this helps.

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