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08 Mar 2006, 09:53
Hi Guys,
I have graduated a year ago from U.S University with a degree in computer information system. Now i am working as a full time. I am will sit for GMAT on June,2006. I am not good at math at all. I am in 4 in 10 scale range. Can you guys tell me how can i imporve my self so that i can do will in GMAT. I will very greateful to your advice.

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08 Mar 2006, 16:31
GMAT tests a limited set of concepts and therefore with proper plan and hardword you can do good in this test. Pick any standard gmat book (Kaplan/PR) and go through basics. Also go through basics in the beginning of OG for concepts.
Come back and practice as many questions as you can here in math forum. Also, there are tons of information for all levels in the stickys.

Active participation and shared learning should help. It did to me.
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08 Mar 2006, 18:06
Thanks duttsit,
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