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# Need a solid study plan. Target score: 650

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29 Nov 2012, 04:42
Hi, I'd like to devote the next 2 (or even 3) months for studying the GMAT and my target score is 600-650 (It's what's required by the program I'm applying for).

What should be my study plan and what books should I start with? I'm quite foreign to GMAT-style questions. I downloaded GMATPrep yesterday and the questions look really tough..

I'd appreciate which books should I do math review from, learn how to do CR and SC questions and the new IR section.

Any help is appreciated

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29 Nov 2012, 05:21
I also downloaded Manhattan GMAT's complete set of strategy guides (5th Edition) + Foundations of GMAT Math + Foundations of GMAT Verbal.

I'll start with math now from the Foundations of GMAT Math guide. Is this a good book to do a math review from? or you recommend another one?

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29 Nov 2012, 14:22
I highly recommend MGMAT's Foundation of GMAT Math if you're weak in math. It's over 500 pages, but very informative and lots of practice problems. It covers all of the foundations, which need to be solid in order for you to complete 600 level questions.
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