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Hello All,

Just joined will try my level best be an active member.
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New post 11 Nov 2010, 00:35
WELCOME jas :-D
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New post 11 Nov 2010, 14:15
Hi Jass,

Welcome to the Club!

you are on a right path joining our 100k members community.

Please see this threads, they will help you to orient in your GMAT jorney:
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don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. ;)
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Welcome to the GMAT adventure.

Firts recommendation, read the recommended strategies in this forum to study for the GMAT.

Study hard!
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thanks every body i will try my level best to follow Gmat club guide line
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Hello everyone!
I'm starting this (long) road now. I found you on Google and I can't believe the amount of info you have here, so I'll do some scuba diving.
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I'm starting this (long) road now. I found you on Google and I can't believe the amount of info you have here, so I'll do some scuba diving.
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Hi sacarriz, welcome to gmat club. There is tons of info available here so take maximum benefit.

Best of luck & keep us posted.
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Hi everyone,
I'm Ivy, a Filipino residing in Singapore. I am a software engineer with 5 years experience under my belt. I am excited to learn a lot from those who walked the paths to realizing their mba dreams. I also plan to build my contacts through this site. Is there anybody who'd be willing to be contacted for questions regarding gmat, mba application and writing essays?

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New post 17 Nov 2010, 08:49
Hi, Ivy!! Welcome to gmat club!!

There are specific sections for gmat & application essays! You can visit those sections, & surely wil find tons of resources!! In case of any help, do let us know.

Best of luck & keep us posted!!

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New post 19 Nov 2010, 15:44
Good Rainy Afternoon,

I live in San Francisco and as you guessed it is raining. I am currently studying for the GMAT at the UCSF Library. I find places such as your local university or any library a great venue to avoid all distractions and surround yourself with others doing the same.

I am looking for possibly anyone in the Bay Area who would like to exchange emails to help one another along. I am almost through the Quantitative portion of the OG 12th Edition. I would like to know others thoughts on routes taken in study preparation, resources used, and if any, study groups available.

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New post 23 Nov 2010, 23:43
Just wanted to say "Hi" to all.This is my first post on gmatclub. I'm a little overwhelmed given the quantity of information and the number of forums here,but I am glad I came across this. Hope I'll find the community here useful!
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Hi foofighter5, welcome to gmat club! :)

There is tons of info available here. Just jump in the sea.

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Hello everybody!
I am an undergraduate student and I live in Italy. I just discovered the GMAT Club website and I wish I had discovered it before. I gave the forum a quick look and I was surprised by how useful it is. I just took my 1st GMAT two days ago with a disappointing 580 (Q44 V27) and now I look forward to improve a lot since I am aiming at Top BS so for at least 680-700.
That's a long way to go but I am determinated; I hope to learn a lot from you guys and that my experience could be useful also to others! :D
It seems I first need to improve my Verbal skills.. what are your suggestions? And in what time, in your opinion, I could achieve my target-score?
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Hi Everyone,
I'm a 28 y/o male engineer in Toronto. I've just started studying for the GMAT a few weeks ago using the Kaplan premiere book. I was looking for GMAT study tips and found this website, which I believe will be indispensable to achieving my goal of 680-700 score.

I'm looking forward to explore this massive repository of GMAT information!
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Hi all,

Recently joined the great GMAT Club.
This is Saadat from Pakistan. I have bachelors degree in engineering & 5 years+ international experience in Oil & Gas sector. I am aiming at Top-10 B-Schools with INSEAD as my first love 8-) (because im looking for a 1 year MBA), but i dont mind HBS, Wharton or anything in Top 10.

I am looking forward to get 700 mark in GMAT. I have ordered following books for preparations


1. GMAT OG 12
2. OG Verbal review
3. OG Quantitative review
4. Manhattan series of 8 strategy books.
5. Power score Critical reasoning Bible.

The only diagnostic test (GMAT Prep 1) which i have taken so far has clearly indicated my weakness in verbal section :shock: . My plan is to start with Manhattan SC & Power score CR. Not too sure what i can do for RC as im having issue with my concentration level when im going though the passage :cry: . Then once i have grasp on Verbal, i think im gonna attack Quantitative mainly from OG's.(i believe quantitative is my forte, as it used to be 5 years back :-D )

I would like to get some comments & feedbacks on the planned strategy. Please feel free to give some :wink:
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Hi guys,
I am finishing up my BS in Information Technology this December and am planning to take the GMAT early January. I am aiming for a score anywhere between 750 and 800 and depending on my score I will either decide to do my MBA right away in a good B-School around Boston or start working and get some essential work experience and then apply after a couple of years. I think this is a great forum and club for like minded people trying to achieve similar goals.
Cheers to all!

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This forum is just awesome, it provides an awfull lot of info. I hope I will be able to contribute once the test taken.
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Found this club in August. I was a lurker until recently.

Will be applying Fall 2011.
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Hello everybody!
I am an undergraduate student and I live in Italy. I just discovered the GMAT Club website and I wish I had discovered it before. I gave the forum a quick look and I was surprised by how useful it is. I just took my 1st GMAT two days ago with a disappointing 580 (Q44 V27) and now I look forward to improve a lot since I am aiming at Top BS so for at least 680-700.
That's a long way to go but I am determinated; I hope to learn a lot from you guys and that my experience could be useful also to others! :D
It seems I first need to improve my Verbal skills.. what are your suggestions? And in what time, in your opinion, I could achieve my target-score?

Hi smartfox, welcome to the club! :)

I think you should go for a second attempt within 3 months, so that you may not lose your track. Check this thread for your retake
should-i-retake-gmat-thread-retaking-gmat-strategies-83339.html

Also, for polishing the verbal skills, practice is the key. Check these threads
720-q42-v47-how-to-improve-verbal-tips-50635.html
books-to-read-improve-verbal-score-and-enjoy-a-good-read-76079.html

As I mentioned earlier, 3 months is an ideal period to reach your target score.

Best of luck & keep us posted.
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Hi all,

Recently joined the great GMAT Club.
This is Saadat from Pakistan. I have bachelors degree in engineering & 5 years+ international experience in Oil & Gas sector. I am aiming at Top-10 B-Schools with INSEAD as my first love 8-) (because im looking for a 1 year MBA), but i dont mind HBS, Wharton or anything in Top 10.

I am looking forward to get 700 mark in GMAT. I have ordered following books for preparations


1. GMAT OG 12
2. OG Verbal review
3. OG Quantitative review
4. Manhattan series of 8 strategy books.
5. Power score Critical reasoning Bible.

The only diagnostic test (GMAT Prep 1) which i have taken so far has clearly indicated my weakness in verbal section :shock: . My plan is to start with Manhattan SC & Power score CR. Not too sure what i can do for RC as im having issue with my concentration level when im going though the passage :cry: . Then once i have grasp on Verbal, i think im gonna attack Quantitative mainly from OG's.(i believe quantitative is my forte, as it used to be 5 years back :-D )

I would like to get some comments & feedbacks on the planned strategy. Please feel free to give some :wink:


Hi Saadat, welcome to the club.

Check this thread out
best-gmat-strategy-thread-no-discussion-82453.html.

Your strategy & tools seem great to me. I am also from Pak, do let me know in case of any help required.

Best of luck & keep us posted.
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