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# How long do you reckon?

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05 Jul 2008, 14:26
I have just enrolled on a Manhattan gmat prep course (9 week online). For those of you who have done this course and taken the real GMAT test, from experience how much more extra time is necessary at the end of the course before I book the test.

According to a rep from Manhattan 3weeks extra would be more than enough. However, if I am able to fully I complete the course within the 9 weeks (all assignmnts and extras) I should be ready to go straight after. Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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07 Jul 2008, 10:14
If you do the MGMAT course and all the problems you will have successfully completed all the OGs. If you also just practice some of the 1000 SC, you'll be ready to go. You can do the SC really quick too if you just practice them each day along with whatever lesson you are learning. I'd take the test 2-3 weeks out and review all the material again (very quickly).

Keep an error log too.
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07 Jul 2008, 11:55
navy01 wrote:
If you do the MGMAT course and all the problems you will have successfully completed all the OGs. If you also just practice some of the 1000 SC, you'll be ready to go. You can do the SC really quick too if you just practice them each day along with whatever lesson you are learning. I'd take the test 2-3 weeks out and review all the material again (very quickly).

Keep an error log too.

Thanks navy01. Are you an ex student of MGMAT? If so what are your views on the course.
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