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# GMAT prep advice needed immediately

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05 Aug 2007, 21:39
Hi friends,

I have signed up for on 16 sept but now confused to take it up.

I am preparing from 3 months but not with full focus as i am quite busy with my work.

I am desperately looking for AUG 2008 admissions but stuck up with GMAT prep. I have taken Princeton review test and scored Q29, V9.

I am looking for target score of atleast 650 which looks quite impossible from the above score standings.

Please suggest as to the possibility of getting my target score in am months prep time. If so provide me with some prep tips.

Pavan

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06 Aug 2007, 05:15
Hi Pavan,
I do not mean to be harsh.But,judging by your present scores and your targets No tips will do.You just have to work really hard for the next month or two then take the powerprep or Gmatprep and see how far you have gone.Also get good books on quant( I recommend the manhattan series and Original guide for practice).Other than that stay positive and keep asking and answering question in the forum.That really helps.

Just my thoughts.

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06 Aug 2007, 15:30
I would highly recommend you spend a day or two reading through the entire GMAT and "Share your GMAT Experience" boards here on GMAT Club, and see what people did.

Highly recommended books to get:

GMAT/GMAC Official Guide 11
GMAT Official Guide Verbal Review and Quant Review
ALL 8 Manhattan Series books
Princeton Review and Kaplan books for the strategy (not the problems)

Read all of them back to back and take the GMAT Prep CAT when you're done to see how much you have absorbed..

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06 Aug 2007, 19:36
Thanks a lot.

I am just avoiding to postpone. I accept that its too little time for me to prepare.
Just working hard and making the full utilisation of the time available.

Just keep shooting u r views on quick preparing for test as just hardly a month left.

Thanks.

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GMAT OG 11th ed , 2005 [#permalink]

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06 Aug 2007, 19:52
Hi,

Is this the latest edition that I can refer?
The gmat site seems to be down.

Thanks

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GMAT OG 11th ed , 2005   [#permalink] 06 Aug 2007, 19:52
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