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Need help to determine my position. - test in 20 days f

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11 Mar 2009, 14:39
My test dates are 20 days away.

I have been mainly preparing from OG-11 and OG-10. I am completely confused about my quants score as i seem to alternate a lot in my scores. In my initial diagnosis tests, i have been averaging around 560. Quants has been my weak section and have been practicing quants from OG-10 & 11. I have gotten a bit more comfortable with quants now, but i am still not very confident with permutations and combinations and probability. I tried reading these theories from Grimaldi authored maths book, but it was too heavy duty for me.

I am comfortable with verbal, though I tend to lose marks more because of my oversight.

As for now, I am concentrating more on Basics, formulas, tricks in Maths and SC and RC in Verbal. I am also working on my concentration as i seem to be very easily distracted and find it hard to concentrate for long hours.

I feel confident about scoring good marks and as such am not so scared about my exams as of now. But i am slightly concerned if this is normal, and whats the best course of action for me.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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13 Mar 2009, 14:06
rygaar, thanks for the post.

Yes, after your reply., i did a bit of soul searching and my quants strategy is very cluttered. working on that.

Thanks again.

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13 Mar 2009, 14:12
satvik1985 wrote:
rygaar, thanks for the post.

Yes, after your reply., i did a bit of soul searching and my quants strategy is very cluttered. working on that.

Thanks again.

My suggestion would be get a good Math workbook from either Kaplan or Manhattan - they have all the background and over all topics in details (almost all)
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