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# Need some help with Q. Only 6 days left to the test.

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11 Jun 2009, 12:35
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I have been studying for the quantitative section using the McGraw & Hill book. I know everything in that book and score pretty well on the quantitative practise tests therein. When I tried the free Q test on this site I realized there are a lot of things that are not covered in that book.

With only 6 days left until the test, and with no need to work on the verbal part, how should I prepare to make the most of it? My IQ is above the 99.9 percentile so its not that I lack the smarts (I dont say this to brag but to get the best possible advice on how to study). Its just that I have no real experience in working with numbers and using mathematics other than the net present value type of stuff undergraduate economists use. I know most of the basics but that will not be enough for a 50+ score on the Q section (700+ overall) I assume.
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11 Jun 2009, 13:41
I really like the Manhattan Guides but I don't think you have enough time to review all the 5 quant related guides.

As an alternative check out this thread..there is more than enough content that covers most quant material. Tailor it according to your weaknesses.

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23 Jun 2009, 12:37
Try gmathacks.com's Total Math. I bought both the verbal and math pdf's for \$100 and they are really useful esp. for timing and it's more geared towards 700+
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