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14 Aug 2006, 05:29
Hello,

I am new to this forum. However, I have read several posts here and I can only say that every GMAT - test taker must register with this forum.

I have registered for my GMAT in December (first attempt to take GMAT), so that I have a target date to start with. I have four months to go. I have the following with me:

1) Princeton Review --Cracking the GMAT
2)Arcos- Teach youself the GMAT
3)Thomsons-The Insiders Guide to GMAT
4)Powerscore-GMAT critical reasoning Bible.

I am hoing most of you might have gone through some or all of these choices. It will be really helpful if someone could suggest how to get the best out of the resources I currently have. Ofcourse, everyone might feel differently, but to know something is better than knowing nothing.
My strong points are math and verbal(Although I need to brush my math skills a bit).

Should I start in any specific order or concentrate on specific sections of certain preparation materials mentioned above?

Is one month a good time to prepare and follow it with CAT tests to get an estimate Any other suggestions are welcome. Appreciate your assistance.

Thanks..

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