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New post 09 Oct 2007, 11:53
Hello guys, I'll try to make this short. I am in a MBA program with conditional admission at my University and have taken the GMAT 4 times already without the desired score (combination of inabilty to prepare well the last 2 times and i just dont know why i did not get the minimum score of 450 that my university requires in the first 3 tries when I actually studied for it through a Kaplan course.) I need to get atleast a 450 by the first week of December and I have started to prepare again for the GMAT starting this past weekend). Is it impossible to do? I am taking a load of classes this semester and doing pretty well in them so I would be able to dedicate a considerable amount of time for GMAT for the next month and a half. I have the GMAT Review and the GMAT PREP cd. I also have the Kaplan book with me from the course I took with them. Could you guys suggest what the best way would be to achieve this minimal score? I am ashamed of not getting such a score and don't know what to do. Please feel free to make any suggestions and I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you :(
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New post 09 Oct 2007, 13:20
I would spend every free minute working through the Official Guide 11. I think that if you can get a good grasp of most of the concepts in there that you can get your desired score. Good luck!
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New post 12 Oct 2007, 15:33
Definitely, definitely use the Official Guide. It is essential. I would also highly recommend Cracking the GMAT, from Princeton Review. I like PR much better for strategy (plus their tests are better). Don't use Kaplan again since it didn't work for you the first time!
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