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# I was a physics major in College, and only recently took a

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12 Feb 2007, 14:22
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I was a physics major in College, and only recently took a diagnostic test in order to see where i would score. On the quant section, i got 12 wrong, 24/37. I really was surprised, I have about 2 months to study, can I get this much higher?

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12 Feb 2007, 14:31
Hi and welcome to GMATClub

Well... U will progress for sure if u put enough of dedication to GMAT ... Do u have the OG 11?

Once u work with this book, u have a better idea of what the GMAT questions are. Often tricky on 1 point, u will observe that u need to read with a whole attention the question and statments. It's one of the important things to do in order to avoid "silly" mistakes.

Also, your background will revive in u but it could bomb u by doing wrong assumptions... Especially with the question itself : understand i, n or l like integers when they are not and so on

Finally, good luck ! :D ... Don't forget that participating on the V & Q sections of GMATClub is the key of success

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12 Feb 2007, 16:20
Hi, thank you for the timely response, I do not know what OG 11 is, I have a practice book, however it is from the library and I fear it might be somewhat dated.

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12 Feb 2007, 17:28
OG 11 is the GMAC official Guide for GMAT , check

http://www.mba.com or Amazon.com

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12 Feb 2007, 17:51
you would suggest this over the other guides?

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12 Feb 2007, 22:07
Tuneman wrote:
you would suggest this over the other guides?

Yes. But this can only complement your other material.

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