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# GMAT study & preparation budget

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Joined: 24 Jan 2013
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11 Feb 2013, 18:37
Making a rough estimation, you should not spend more than \$60 or \$80 on your GMAT preparation (including the Official Book, one or two additional books to reinforce one specific Verbal sub-section, and some "real" computer-adaptative GMAT exams for your practice).

Therefore, never (ever) spend money on those expensive courses, academies and books. This is my recommendation.

All the best and good luck with GMAT!!

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Joined: 28 Jan 2012
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GMAT 1: 710 Q45 V42
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11 Feb 2013, 19:49
I'm inclined to agree with this. The only material I used was a free eBook that I got from my school's library, and I landed a 710 on my first try.

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