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07 Dec 2004, 09:18
I took the gmat a while back and did not score nearly has high as I needed to in the quanitative.

Anyone have any recomendations on what books to use to get back up to speed on my mathematics?

Last Time I studied I used Kaplan (General) and Princeton (General) but did not use anything Math specific.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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07 Dec 2004, 09:48
hi,

the general books are helpful but they give you more general strategies and tips about verbal and quant. they dont dig that deep. try utilizing the workbooks from kaplan and pr each publisher has 2 workbooks - one for verbal and one for math. since you need more practice on quant consider kaplans gre&gmat math workout and princeton reviews math workout [those are the workbooks] these will give you more detailed and problem specific approach to the quant section on the GMAT. those can be found cheaper on ebay.com or try getting some used stuff from amazon.com, also check your local library for algebra/arithmetic/geometry books. hope this helps , good luck!
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07 Dec 2004, 11:28
kayser`soze wrote:
hi,

the general books are helpful but they give you more general strategies and tips about verbal and quant. they dont dig that deep. try utilizing the workbooks from kaplan and pr each publisher has 2 workbooks - one for verbal and one for math. since you need more practice on quant consider kaplans gre&gmat math workout and princeton reviews math workout [those are the workbooks] these will give you more detailed and problem specific approach to the quant section on the GMAT. those can be found cheaper on ebay.com or try getting some used stuff from amazon.com, also check your local library for algebra/arithmetic/geometry books. hope this helps , good luck!

This helps alot.... Thank you very much
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07 Dec 2004, 21:51
also check out the review section in this forum and the buy/sell/do section it has some nice posts.
07 Dec 2004, 21:51
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