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OG + MGMAT + QR + GMATCLUB = Q46+ ?

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So I have been studying for a little while now for the exam. Coming up in a few weeks. I have been using the OG, Quant Review, MGMAT, and have purchased the GMATCLUB tests.

Can one expect to score a 46+ (Atleast 80th percentile) if he/she does the following:

1) Understands and is comfortable with all the OG PS and DS questions

2) Understands and is comfortable with all the QR PS and DS questions

3) Has reviewed the MGMAT books, solved all the problems in the books, and understands the concepts from the book

4) Has taken all the GMATCLUB tests, and understands how to solve each problem

5) Has taken various of the GMAT paper based tests and is comfortable in solving all the problems

I have seen a few posts on the different material above, but didn't see enough to conclude on my question above, so I figured I would ask. The above approach is what I am doing, and I want to score a 46+ on the real exam. I will also be taking the MGMAT and GMATPREP tests as well to gauge progress. I am not particularly strong in math, just average. I just dont want to get to the end of my plan, and find that I didnt do enough. Assuming that one understands the material, and is not just reperforming the questions, is the above plan enough??? Thanks
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New post 19 Jul 2009, 23:00
I assume you mean Q46?
(I edited the title of you post to include it but wanted to check just in case).

I would say DEFINITELY YES with a small disclaimer - timing.
However, you should be very comfortable with all the possible Math type questions by now. You should expect one or two Combinations/Probability/Advanced Statistics/Advanced Geometry question but that's really it. I bombed my Probability question on the GMAT - was #13 I believe and still got 49.

Another piece of advice - check your answers and re-read the question AFTER you have answered it.
I changed 2!!!! answers on my GMAT as the result of catching myself missing some piece of the question. I also did a quick number check if I could (some questions don't work) but would spend additional 10 seconds per question to do that.
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Yes, thank you :oops:
Re: OG + MGMAT + QR + GMATCLUB = Q46+ ?   [#permalink] 19 Jul 2009, 23:46
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