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New post 18 Jan 2007, 08:27
Hey all, I have been a lurker here for quite sometime. This site has been very helpful and inspirational. Anyway, here is my story. My test date is Feb 16, 2007. I have been preparing for about 6 weeks already and i have made some progress. My GMAT Prep Scores are averaging around 550 (Q31, V34). My goal is 600. Obviously, the quantitative section is my biggest weakness. How should I spend the next month preparing? What would be the best way to improve my Q scores? The resources I have used so far are Princeton Review (Cracking the GMAT), OG11 and the Manhattan GMAT Prep books. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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New post 22 Jan 2007, 06:20
Master the OG and PR, they are quite useful.

Also, solve the math questions here, before peeking at the answer.

Make sure you know the DS fundamentals thoroughly, and never give up!

GMAT can be a long and painful journey, utilize your time (which should be enough) and try to get higher than 600 in the practice CATs. Always know that the real thing will be nothing like the practices. If you concentrate well, and study extensively, there is a chance that you get a dream score.

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New post 23 Mar 2007, 13:12
Could try Kaplan also
Would definitely help with that Quant score as their questions are definitely more challenging

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