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Looking for a Quant support/study buddy! (Or 2,3...)

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New post 16 May 2011, 13:56
Hi all,

I'm just getting started on my GMAT prep and though going through and reading the threads in this forum is very helpful, I feel as though I need a little extra human connection to help get me through!

My story:
I'm applying in October, so I'm looking to take the test no later than the end of August (just in case I bomb and need to retake! :oops: ). I've got the OG and the entire set of MGMAT Quant books. I've taken one practice test so far...V was fantastic, Q was abysmal. In school I was always very good at math, but that was many years ago, and now I find myself struggling and frustrated.

I'm looking for a study/support buddy (or 2 or 3!) who is in a somewhat similar boat (struggling with Q, using MGMAT, and has about 3 months to get ready), and is willing to devote a few minutes a couple of times a week for updates and back and forth convos, so that we can encourage and support each other and hopefully come out of this with awesome GMAT scores and our sanity at least partially intact!

If that sounds like you, PM me or just reply here.

Thanks! :)

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Dude you should look for a buddy who is good in quant but sucks at verbal, so that its complimentary. I would suggest you to buy 800 fundamental problems from http://www.gmatproblems.com/. After you are confident with these you can tackle OG Problems again. The problem with Manhattan GMAT books is very few practice problems.
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