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16 Oct 2013, 16:18
I have been informed by the admissions of my dream school that I need to improve my GMAT score by 30 points. I took the test in August and scored a 620 (Q:39 --> 46 percentile. V:35 --> 75th percentile). Obviously I have a lot of room for improvement in the quant section. I plan to retake the test in January, giving me around two and a half months to prepare.

In studying for my first attempt, I used Jeff Sachman's Total GMAT Math as well as the books from Veritas Prep. I need recommendations regarding alternative quant books that anyone has had success with.

Again, I need to improve my score to 650, which I intend to do by improving my quant score.

Open to any suggestions!

Michael

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16 Oct 2013, 17:01
mgandier wrote:
I have been informed by the admissions of my dream school that I need to improve my GMAT score by 30 points. I took the test in August and scored a 620 (Q:39 --> 46 percentile. V:35 --> 75th percentile). Obviously I have a lot of room for improvement in the quant section. I plan to retake the test in January, giving me around two and a half months to prepare.

In studying for my first attempt, I used Jeff Sachman's Total GMAT Math as well as the books from Veritas Prep. I need recommendations regarding alternative quant books that anyone has had success with.

Again, I need to improve my score to 650, which I intend to do by improving my quant score.

Open to any suggestions!

Michael

Michael,
I'm happy to help.

First of all, here's a three-month plan designed precisely for someone in your situation:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/3-month-gm ... h-focused/
You will have to shave off a little, but since you not brand new to the GMAT, you could probably shave off some of the introductory material.

Next, here are a few blog articles about studying for GMAT math:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-data- ... ency-tips/
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/mathematic ... -the-gmat/
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/how-to-do- ... th-faster/
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/understand ... rformance/
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/multiple-s ... gmat-math/

If you sign up for Magoosh, you would qualify for our score guarantee
http://gmat.magoosh.com/score-guarantee
Our video lessons contain not only all the content, but also the time-saving strategies that can win you those extra points on the test. Here's a practice PS question:
http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/862
Here's a practice DS question:
http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/1019
For each one of those, after you submit your answer, the next page will have a complete video explanation. Each one of our practice GMAT questions, math & verbal, has its own video explanation, for accelerated learning.

Even if you decide not to sign up for Magoosh, I hope you get the most out of that free blog. There are a ton of math tips on that blog that can help you make up this Quant difference on the test.

Best of luck to you.
Mike
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17 Oct 2013, 06:56
mgandier wrote:
I have been informed by the admissions of my dream school that I need to improve my GMAT score by 30 points. I took the test in August and scored a 620 (Q:39 --> 46 percentile. V:35 --> 75th percentile). Obviously I have a lot of room for improvement in the quant section. I plan to retake the test in January, giving me around two and a half months to prepare.

In studying for my first attempt, I used Jeff Sachman's Total GMAT Math as well as the books from Veritas Prep. I need recommendations regarding alternative quant books that anyone has had success with.

Again, I need to improve my score to 650, which I intend to do by improving my quant score.

Open to any suggestions!

Michael

Go through Veritas guides again, they are excellent. After that try gmat club tests.

how-to-get-to-51-from-47-49-in-quant-161577.html#p1278067
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