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# My GMAT Prep

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Joined: 25 Aug 2011
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GMAT 1: 730 Q49 V40
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30 Nov 2011, 06:25
Hi All,
I am targeting my GMAT for March 1,2012. I am currently going through the MGMAT strategy guides, and also solving the MGMAT free question banks and the GMAT Verbal and Quant Review, 2nd Edition.
I think I will need teh month of Dec to complete this and understand the AWA segmant as well.

Jan onwards, I plan to start taking full length tests and solving the OG.I have the GMAT Prep tests and the 6 MGMAT tests. Am I on the right track? Are there any other free full length tests I can look at?

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30 Nov 2011, 06:40
I also have a similar plan .
It looks good though you might need some more practice tests , I would suggest buying 2012 Kaplan premier book also . It's a decent book plus it gives you access to 6 practice tests . You need to take a practice test first to see where your weaknesses and after that we could probably give you more advice on what additional material that you may need ! Good luck !

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08 Dec 2011, 23:01
You can find many practice tests in the forums and online. Going through the material is one thing, but over time you may feel that you just can't get higher than a certain score. I would recommend critically looking at solutions to questions, re-doing them after a few days in mixed random order and see if you get it. If not, you should find a way to change your thought process when answering questions. Are you slow some times? Do you feel lost in the middle of reading a question? If so, you might be lacking in attack strategies which are extremely important on a timed test like the GMAT.

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08 Dec 2011, 23:08
devinawilliam83 wrote:
Hi All,
I am targeting my GMAT for March 1,2012. I am currently going through the MGMAT strategy guides, and also solving the MGMAT free question banks and the GMAT Verbal and Quant Review, 2nd Edition.
I think I will need teh month of Dec to complete this and understand the AWA segmant as well.

Jan onwards, I plan to start taking full length tests and solving the OG.I have the GMAT Prep tests and the 6 MGMAT tests. Am I on the right track? Are there any other free full length tests I can look at?

Most of the test prep providers give you one free full length test so you should easily get another 3-4. (Do not take more than one full length in a week. You will be pushing yourself to solve questions and will not learn much out of them since you wont have the time to re-visit the questions and analyze each and every one of them to pick up strategies, takeaways and time-saving techniques.)
Also, you get 5 free Veritas full length tests along with any Veritas book you purchase from our website. If you feel less prepared in a particular topic, you can pick that book and you will have 5 more tests on your hands. That should be more than enough.
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