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21 Jan 2009, 18:38
What does CR, SC and RC mean?

I am a business major in marketing and management. My GPA is a 3.0 currently and I plan to get my MBA after I graduate. My question is what are books I should read to prepare myself for the test?

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23 Jan 2009, 09:52
Trillion wrote:
What does CR, SC and RC mean?

I am a business major in marketing and management. My GPA is a 3.0 currently and I plan to get my MBA after I graduate. My question is what are books I should read to prepare myself for the test?

CR = Critical Reasoning
SC = Sentence Correction

Those are different sections on the GMAT

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23 Jan 2009, 09:54
Do you go to Howard or Princeton? To my knowledge they do not have MBA programs

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