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# How well should I know the stuff in GMAT Club mathbook?

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23 Jan 2014, 09:22
Hi,

I am going through the mathbook composed by GMAT Club. I find the content somewhat different than what I learn from M GMAT. I haven't done any mocks yet but I don't have much time to go through 126 pages. So how well am I supposed to understand the content in the mathbook? Be able to interpret every rule/concept during the exam?

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23 Jan 2014, 09:38
aquax wrote:
Hi,

I am going through the mathbook composed by GMAT Club. I find the content somewhat different than what I learn from M GMAT. I haven't done any mocks yet but I don't have much time to go through 126 pages. So how well am I supposed to understand the content in the mathbook? Be able to interpret every rule/concept during the exam?

The GMAT Club's Math book focuses mostly on the harder topics, so you won't find some of the simpler word problems or geometry in there. Most of the topics are high level and on the 700+ side. The answer to your question depends on what score you are getting/want to get. If you are aiming for 51, you should know how to do the calculations for most questions. If you are at Q45, chances are you won't see most of those questions, so before you focus on really hard questions, make sure you can tackle Arithmetic and other areas. You should take the Quant test/tests if you have "finished" your quant review.

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