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Hi guys,

I am new to the website but has found ample of great advices already. I am starting to prepare for my GMAT but does not know where to start. I am not sure if the books that I brought were useful- Mahanttan SC, CR and RC, CR bible, and Mark Stewart's analytical writing. Have you used or heard good things about them? Another problem of mine is that I don't have very strong verbal background. Do you think I should jump straight into OG, Kaplan, and Princeton practice problems or do some foundational building first? If you think I should do some foundational building, do you have any recommended reads relating to writing, grammer, and critical reasonings? Finally, I have heard about many online courses, esp. 800-gmat, do you think they're helpful? Anyway, thank you so much and I appreciate your advice in advance.

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Hi guys,

I am new to the website but has found ample of great advices already. I am starting to prepare for my GMAT but does not know where to start. I am not sure if the books that I brought were useful- Mahanttan SC, CR and RC, CR bible, and Mark Stewart's analytical writing. Have you used or heard good things about them? Another problem of mine is that I don't have very strong verbal background. Do you think I should jump straight into OG, Kaplan, and Princeton practice problems or do some foundational building first? If you think I should do some foundational building, do you have any recommended reads relating to writing, grammer, and critical reasonings? Finally, I have heard about many online courses, esp. 800-gmat, do you think they're helpful? Anyway, thank you so much and I appreciate your advice in advance.

Meg


800 GMAT is useless. Dont bother. Stick to Kaplan and PR. Try Kaplan's GMAT 800

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