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# Need advice on how to improve Quant Score

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27 Aug 2008, 14:20
Hi fellow GMAT Clubbers,

I plan to take the GMAT at the end of September. I need some advice on how to improve my Math score. Currently, I am scoring in the upper 30's to low 40's. My goal is to get my math score in the mid to high 40's (Preferrably high 40's). What should be my gameplan in order to reach this goal and what other/additional materials should purchase in order to achieve this goal. So far, I have the following materials:

Official Guide 10th and 11th Ed.
Kaplan's Premiere Guide and the CD-Rom with the 4 Practice Tests.
PR - Cracking the GMAT.
GMATPrep Tests

I am also thinking about purchasing GMAT Focus off the mba.com website. Whatever advice that you all can give me will be greatly appreciated. Thanks and good luck to all who are taking or preparing to take the GMAT.

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29 Aug 2008, 19:56
I would suggest you buy Manhattan Math series which is an excellent source to build fundamentals. Once you brush up your fundamentals from MGMAT and OG-10+OG11 give a GMATprep and see where you stand. If you keep 44+ then you are good with basics. Then after you can go for GMATclub challenges (http://www.gmatclub.com/tests questions are tough) which will definitely help you to pull up your score by 4-5 points. And recently test takers have posted the increase in difficulty level of math in real GMAT test (questions are harder than OG-11).
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