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Well I plan on taking the GMAT in late Sept. or early Oct. I want to attend Univ. of TX to get my masters in professionally accounting. I have heard many different ways that I should study but I am not sure I thought enrolling in one of the classes for 1300 but I hear some people say its not worth it. and I also heard that GMAT800 is a great book to study. Well I already got Princeton Review but if anybody have some advice please let me know I want to at least get a 650@@@@ :lol:

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If you are extremely busy or would benefit from having others encourage you to maintain a disciplined study schedule, I would consider one of the classes. If you are capable of committing your own time, effort, and discipline to the study project, you can probably study on your own to good effect.

Peruse this website for some useful information on study materials.

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Get the GMAT Official Guide and read it from cover to cover. Then take the PowerPrep tests and if you are happy with the results that's basically it

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