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# GMAT Preparation Books

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28 Apr 2008, 00:42
Can one of you suggest the Best Books to start of and crack gmat with 3-4 months preparation time ..Thanks in advance
with rgds Ganesh C

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28 Apr 2008, 00:47
It really depends on what your current weaknesses are and what your current level is.

For instance, most people find that for improving SC - the Manhattan GMAT SC book works the best.
For CR - many people try out the LSAT CR books (but this is only recommended for really high verbal scores)

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28 Apr 2008, 01:47
bsd_lover wrote:
but this is only recommended for really high verbal scores

You must be joke!

When do you plan to to take test? BSD_? Sometime I dont know how to apply the tips in LSAT CR to the real! sad!
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28 Apr 2008, 16:40
I am interested in this as well. Apparently, the OG is a must, together with the Manhattan GMAT SC.

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28 Apr 2008, 18:16
haha .. LSAT stuff is just for training Not for their tips. The questions in LSAT books tend to be of a trickier nature. I havent decided when to do it yet. Once I can consistently hit SC at 90% I guess .. I'm still a long way off

sondenso wrote:
bsd_lover wrote:
but this is only recommended for really high verbal scores

You must be joke!

When do you plan to to take test? BSD_? Sometime I dont know how to apply the tips in LSAT CR to the real! sad!

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