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Need 690/700 from 660. How to Study?

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I got a 660 on my GMAT. I need to get a 680 in order to get into the school I want to go to. I, however, am aiming for 690/700 to secure my chances. When I was studying for the 660, I used the OG guides 13, 15, and 17. I also reviewed the MGMAT books and PowerScore for CR and SC. Is there something else that I should use to bump up my score to a 690/700? Or should I just review these books again and really nail down the concepts of every question?
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Aside from nail down the concept, be sure to have at least first 10 questions right. Also, be sure not to have a 3 consecutive wrong answers. Time management is also important. The point is not just having a lot of right answers, but having a lot of right answers on a difficult questions. Good luck on your journey :)

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