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01 Jul 2003, 15:42
This is a great site I wish I would have found this months ago before I took the first test. I have been reading it all day Hope I don't get in trouble at work. I feel very comfortable and have already learned new ways of preparing for the GMAT. As stated earlier my first score was absolutely horrible, but I took the PP on Sunday and gained 50 points from OG. Please any help I will be online tonight on the site. My target score is 600. Once again an excellent site that I have already recommended to one of my managers trying to go to b-school
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01 Jul 2003, 16:15
Bruce, don't sweat the poor scores.
I started by thinking that this is a test you couldn't study for. I did about 30 Math Questions and got about 20 wrong. After a few weeks of practice I was only getting a few wrong.

The Questions on this site will challenge you and build up your confidence. Hopefully they are of the most difficult type you will see.

Stoylar has done an excellent job with keeping us on our toes. (tough Q)

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02 Jul 2003, 00:28
tzolkin wrote:
Bruce, don't sweat the poor scores.
I started by thinking that this is a test you couldn't study for. I did about 30 Math Questions and got about 20 wrong. After a few weeks of practice I was only getting a few wrong.

The Questions on this site will challenge you and build up your confidence. Hopefully they are of the most difficult type you will see.

Stoylar has done an excellent job with keeping us on our toes. (tough Q)

Keep trying. Good Luck

TZ, where is your beautiful Swiss picture?
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02 Jul 2003, 00:29
Bruce1 wrote:
This is a great site I wish I would have found this months ago before I took the first test. I have been reading it all day Hope I don't get in trouble at work. I feel very comfortable and have already learned new ways of preparing for the GMAT. As stated earlier my first score was absolutely horrible, but I took the PP on Sunday and gained 50 points from OG. Please any help I will be online tonight on the site. My target score is 600. Once again an excellent site that I have already recommended to one of my managers trying to go to b-school

What did you use for the Preparation? What books?
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02 Jul 2003, 07:03
I used the GMAT for Dummies and old Arco book from 2000. I only took the practice test in that book and scored 500 each time but I had made some simple mistakes. I thought I could as least make 580-600 on the real thing. I purchased the OG 10 ed. and it help has help tremendously so far.
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02 Jul 2003, 12:47
Bruce1 wrote:
I used the GMAT for Dummies and old Arco book from 2000. I only took the practice test in that book and scored 500 each time but I had made some simple mistakes. I thought I could as least make 580-600 on the real thing. I purchased the OG 10 ed. and it help has help tremendously so far.

Well, you are moving there....

Just make sure you know the basics such as do not leave questions unanswered and that the first 10 questions are usually very important.
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