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# Manhattan GMAT approach question

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29 Sep 2013, 07:27
Hello all!

I would like to know what would be the best approach given my situation below.

I began prepping for the GMAT by getting the MGMAT strategy guides and the OG 13th ed. I just finished reading book #1 and I am doing the problems from the OG for those sections.

Should I read all the books and AFTER do all the problems in the OG guide? Or should I do all of the problems for a particular topic after I complete the reading for the corresponding books?

On average it takes me about a week or so to read through a particular strategy guide.

Thanks!

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29 Sep 2013, 08:34
Oscark06 wrote:
Hello all!

I would like to know what would be the best approach given my situation below.

I began prepping for the GMAT by getting the MGMAT strategy guides and the OG 13th ed. I just finished reading book #1 and I am doing the problems from the OG for those sections.

Should I read all the books and AFTER do all the problems in the OG guide? Or should I do all of the problems for a particular topic after I complete the reading for the corresponding books?

On average it takes me about a week or so to read through a particular strategy guide.

Thanks!

Yes its a good strategy to get maximum out of a topic....Learn theory, practice quizes and then try OG...

Maintain a Error Log as well.
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29 Sep 2013, 16:54
prateekbhatt wrote:
Oscark06 wrote:
Hello all!

I would like to know what would be the best approach given my situation below.

I began prepping for the GMAT by getting the MGMAT strategy guides and the OG 13th ed. I just finished reading book #1 and I am doing the problems from the OG for those sections.

Should I read all the books and AFTER do all the problems in the OG guide? Or should I do all of the problems for a particular topic after I complete the reading for the corresponding books?

On average it takes me about a week or so to read through a particular strategy guide.

Thanks!

Yes its a good strategy to get maximum out of a topic....Learn theory, practice quizes and then try OG...

Maintain a Error Log as well.

Thank you for your advice, but I want to know if I should do the entire OG after i've read all the strategy guides, or if I should do OG problems as I learn them.

Thanks

Kudos [?]: [0], given: 0

Director
Joined: 28 Jun 2011
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Kudos [?]: 245 [0], given: 57

Re: Manhattan GMAT approach question [#permalink]

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29 Sep 2013, 20:51
Oscark06 wrote:
prateekbhatt wrote:
Oscark06 wrote:
Hello all!

I would like to know what would be the best approach given my situation below.

I began prepping for the GMAT by getting the MGMAT strategy guides and the OG 13th ed. I just finished reading book #1 and I am doing the problems from the OG for those sections.

Should I read all the books and AFTER do all the problems in the OG guide? Or should I do all of the problems for a particular topic after I complete the reading for the corresponding books?

On average it takes me about a week or so to read through a particular strategy guide.

Thanks!

Yes its a good strategy to get maximum out of a topic....Learn theory, practice quizes and then try OG...

Maintain a Error Log as well.

Thank you for your advice, but I want to know if I should do the entire OG after i've read all the strategy guides, or if I should do OG problems as I learn them.

Thanks

You should do Og problems as you learn them.
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