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Need Advice - GMAT D day- 07/10/08

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Hi GMAT warriors,

Just a brief background about myself. I'm a graduate from a local school with 2:2 (just missed 2:1 marginally) in economics and I'm going to take my 1st GMAT on 07/10/08. First and foremost, I would like to thank this forum for its tremendous help in my preparation. You guys rockzz~~

I've started studying 2 weeks ago, brushing up my fundamentals and I just did GMAT prep1 yesterday, scored a miserable 620 (Q48 V28). For Quant, I made 5 silly careless mistakes, wherelse for verbal I just didn't pace myself well. I ended up having 20mins to spare in the verbal section. I guess I was too nervous with verbal as it has always been my Achilles heel.
My GMAT target would be 700.

After reading the forum, I've realised that the GMAT challenge tests were high recommended.
I would like to know the following:
1) How long would it usually take to get my account for the challenge activated after payment?
2) What are other ways can I prep myself for Verbal besides Manhatten SC guide?

Thank you in advance for your replies... Appreciate it alot.

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Hi GMAT warriors,

Just a brief background about myself. I'm a graduate from a local school with 2:2 (just missed 2:1 marginally) in economics and I'm going to take my 1st GMAT on 07/10/08. First and foremost, I would like to thank this forum for its tremendous help in my preparation. You guys rockzz~~

I've started studying 2 weeks ago, brushing up my fundamentals and I just did GMAT prep1 yesterday, scored a miserable 620 (Q48 V28). For Quant, I made 5 silly careless mistakes, wherelse for verbal I just didn't pace myself well. I ended up having 20mins to spare in the verbal section. I guess I was too nervous with verbal as it has always been my Achilles heel.
My GMAT target would be 700.

After reading the forum, I've realised that the GMAT challenge tests were high recommended.
I would like to know the following:
1) How long would it usually take to get my account for the challenge activated after payment?
2) What are other ways can I prep myself for Verbal besides Manhatten SC guide?

Thank you in advance for your replies... Appreciate it alot.


1) Immediately
2) Powerscore GMAT Critical Reasoning Bible: http://www.amazon.com/PowerScore-GMAT-C ... 0972129634

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