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New post 26 May 2010, 20:22
hi all . I have just started off (second week of May 2010)with my prep for GMAT . I intend to write the exam in the first week of oct 2010 (with a target score of about 690 enough to take me to ISB ). I started off with verbal section from OG 12 and completed the 3 sections of verbal from OG 12. I have done well in CR and RC but need some more practise in SC .
please advise :

1 How do I get more questions on RC and CR?? It looks to be strong area for me but yet I would like to do about 3 passages every third day and about 25 questions of CR. ..

2 I need to strenghten my SC . Please recommend a book . Meanwhile I am doing 1000 SC to stay in the rhythm .

3 As a overall startegy for the test.. I intend to devote time from June 15 till end of July on Maths .I will start full length test in August and September to build on the stamina and see the overall test preparedness.

guys - I am preparing on my own and need your support and guidance.(unfortunately joined the club last week only /..I would have been much better off had I joined in earlier :) )
thanx

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If you need reading comprehension and logic reasoning question try lsat test. Not all the question types apply but there are alot of good question and lsat rc is harder imo

As for SC I personally like powerscore's book over mahattans, though both are very good. Imo PS sc book gives a better overall picture while manhattan is very detailed
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New post 27 May 2010, 00:18
Detran wrote:
If you need reading comprehension and logic reasoning question try lsat test. Not all the question types apply but there are alot of good question and lsat rc is harder imo

As for SC I personally like powerscore's book over mahattans, though both are very good. Imo PS sc book gives a better overall picture while manhattan is very detailed


Many thanx !!! :lol:

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