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Need some Advice.. how to go from 600-650-700??

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Re: Need some Advice.. how to go from 600-650-700?? [#permalink]

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Did you find out what kind of questions give you maximum trouble ? Do you use any technique like an error log to track your mistakes and weaknesses .
Once you know where you are weak, you can read some strategy books like mgmat or veritas. This forum also has a wonderful collection of GMAT strategy stuff. Use these resources and improve on your weak area. To avoid silly mistakes the only option is to prctice more and be careful while solving the quant part.

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Re: Need some Advice.. how to go from 600-650-700??   [#permalink] 26 Feb 2011, 18:31
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