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New post 22 Mar 2005, 20:28
Hello

My name is Kyle and I am from Chicago. I am still in the planning stage for my GMAT. I must admit that after reading some of the postings I am a little intimitated. I did not realize how complex and challenging the test was until I began doing some research, not to mention the fact that I have been out of school for 3 years and have not had to do any kind of academic studying since.

I do not plan on taking the test until October or so, which gives me plenty of time. Can anyone please give me advice on what kind of material to start with to brush up on my grammar and math? Also, how intense should I begin studying this far ahead of taking the test? I ask because that jumping in too fast will cause me to burn out. Thank you.[/code]

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Just look at here for the good study approach:

http://home.comcast.net/~dave.kim/GMAT_ ... rategy.htm

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New post 23 Mar 2005, 19:48
The site is great, tons of ideas. Thank you

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New post 23 Mar 2005, 23:10
Get the OG, work them through and understand all the explanations.

visit this forum and work on the questions. Discuss your answers so you learn where you've gone wrong.

Finally, practice using some CATs (PP, Kaplan CD, PR CD.. anything !)

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