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Thanks for founding this community. The information contained here is invaluable. Right now, I feel like a parasite, benefitting from all the resources with nothing to offer. As I continue in my journey, learn more about the GMAT and become more effective, I will also contribute insight, documents and the like.

Thanks again.

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BB -

Thanks for founding this community. The information contained here is invaluable. Right now, I feel like a parasite, benefitting from all the resources with nothing to offer. As I continue in my journey, learn more about the GMAT and become more effective, I will also contribute insight, documents and the like.

Thanks again.

-JG


Welcome to GMAT Club and Thank you for the kind words!

P.S. Who is John Galt? I loved the Atlas Shrugged.
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Thanks BB

I am loving it!!!!!!!!!
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Atlas Shrugged is one of my favorite book. BB, thanks for your recommendation! :P
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Thanks BB for founding this Club.
i am indebted by your kind action. This club has helped me alot and i ll try to give my services to this Club.

Thank you all Gmat Club Member & BB.
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wow thank you!! there are some things available that I had no idea were offered! I am going to take advantage of them right when I get home... and read the first 3rd of Rhyme's book! :D
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Thanks for all the valuable information definitely all these are a must read.
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New post 12 Oct 2011, 06:56
This is awesonme. The pdf files are excellent reads for downtime at work
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New post 13 Nov 2011, 21:13
is it true that verbal section has more influence on the total score?
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New post 13 Nov 2011, 21:55
Well.... not really - I think the scores are on a somewhat different scale. You can see the score distribution here: gmat-scores-83890.html. Both scores are important and only a balanced score of quant and verbal gets a high score.

In my example, I got a 92nd percentile in quant and 96th in verbal which resulted in 99th overall (percentiles when I took the GMAT)
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New post 28 Apr 2012, 07:38
I actually think it's a bad idea to spend too much time reading what successful GMAT takers say. Chances are just as good that they'll give you bad advice or discourage you. (You know the whole thing about not letting your plumber be your pilot.)

Of course this is the place to find the people who are experts at the GMAT and at helping people get better at the GMAT but I'm just throwing my two cents in there.

Out of everything I've seen if you have big quant problems like me and need directed study, GMATQuantum is as good (and cheap) as there is--again just my two cents.
I think that just studying and doing questions is how you get better (it took me from a 560 to a 710 so far and I have a month left).
The people who are "naturals" are usually quant majors in college who have been fascinated with mathematics their entire lives so it's not surprising that they do so well after a short amount of study. (Those types usually just need a few weeks to exercise their under worked verbal muscles.)
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Needless to say, one stop solution for all you GMAT takers out there!!

Thanks much, founders, moderators and each and everyone who is a part of this community!!
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Hey everybody,
I just joined really excited about all the information here and raring to get ahead. Hearty thanks in advance to all the moderators, contributors and member.
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Hello,

Just joined the GMAT club. Thanks for providing the following resources, I feel this will help me tackle the GMAT successfully.

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Welcome to GMAT Club!
We probably have anything you can imagine here.... the hard part sometimes is searching among more than 1.1 Million posts.
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Hats Off to you for such a great & awesome Forum ! Just joined the GMAT Club. Will definitely benefit from such a huge resourceful community.
Hope to get in one of the top B Schools & continue contributing in this forum for the future.
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Wonderful forum for GMAT preparation. Very informative feedback from all contributors and members.

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