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Manager
Joined: 14 Sep 2006
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Schools: Olin Business School - Washington University

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16 Sep 2006, 23:33
Hi All-

Just wanted to introduce myself to everyone on the forum - I have been lurking for a LONG time and decided that I should finally start posting! All the stuff I have read of everyone's has been phenomenal; there are some very bright people here.

To give a little background, I am an American working in Finance. I plan on applying in the Fall of 07 for matriculation in 08.

I am taking the GMAT in 4 weeks, and have been studying for the past 4-5 weeks. My practice test scores have been decent, but I am shooting for 730-750, how realistic that is remains to be seen:

PR CD CAT #1: 700
GMATPrep #1: 690

Anyway, just wanted to say whats up and introduce myself!

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Joined: 01 May 2006
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17 Sep 2006, 02:23
Welcome diegmat

So u know already all about the GMATClub, no need to do a presentation Yes, It's true : this website is amazing.

U should give us all information such as which materials you use, your weakness areas, how many hours could u affect a day, and your overall strategies in order to recieve adequate advices from all experts of GMATClub.

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Manager
Joined: 14 Sep 2006
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Schools: Olin Business School - Washington University

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18 Sep 2006, 02:16
Hey Fig-

I currently study about 1.5-2 hours a day during the week and about 6 hours/day on the weekends. Try to target ~20 hours/week. During my first few weeks of study, however, I didnâ€™t follow this as strictly (started studying about 7 weeks back).

My current resource list includes the following:
OG11
OG Verbal Supplement
OG Quant Supplement
Kaplan 800
Kaplan Premier
Princeton Review 06
Manhattan SC, CR/RC, and Number Props Books
OG 10 soft copies, SC1000, etc
And of course, GMATClub!

My weak areas are in the areas people usually have trouble cracking: Number Props and SCâ€¦

Iâ€™ve gone through about 3/4 of my material, and have about 3 weeks until test day. I loosely maintain an error log, but go over answers multiple times (different days, etc) in Kaplan800 and OG, to know how to do every single question in these booksâ€¦

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19 Sep 2006, 12:09
Hi!

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