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New post 15 Aug 2009, 15:54
Hey folks,

first of al lthanks for all the help so far in giving explanations all my stupid queries. as my date is approaching ( 10 days from now), i need some suggestions on how to increase my score to a possible extent . I scored 650 in my Gmat prep 2 days back. i suck badly in RC's.

would really appreciate any last time remidies.... Also what do you say on these so called sets....close to 30 pdf files for verbal and quant each. are they benificial in the last. what i should be concentrating on. I have one kaplan and princton test remaining. Also is it advisabel to take gmatclub free test now.

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New post 16 Aug 2009, 20:55
being in the last ten days.. i think everybody recommends you not to burn yourself much.. rather starting gmatclub tests, the sets , i feel it is better you exhaust gmat prep , do it repeatedly, no problems even if you get repeated questions, do till you find many questions are repeated. there are some files in the net which contains only gmat prep questions, i would recommend solving them, you would then get used to the real gmat questions, because nothing more than gmat prep mimics the real gmat, all the best for your exam, looking forward your success story...

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New post 17 Aug 2009, 06:28
2 CAT simulations, exercise, and regular sleep cycle.

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New post 17 Aug 2009, 06:43
Hello rohansherry,

Given you're in the run up to the test, make sure you get through your planned material in the next 8 days or so. Probably one of the last things you want to do in this run up is to rush to get through the material the day before the exam, and then crash and burn on the actual test due to burn out.

Focus on your weaknesses, and make sure you have a strategy plan to streamline the questions. We have a compiled strategy thread:

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Also, take the free MGMAT test for additional CAT practice.

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