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30 Nov 2004, 08:03
Hi guys,
So I've taken the GMAT 4 times already, with the highest score only being 620. I know that I can do better! But I've exhausted almost all the material out there...I"ve gone through OG twice, both Kaplan books and most of PR. My problem is that I've got almost all the questions memorized and it's hard to really analyze and learn from them (especially on the CD-rom practice tests). I've thought about getting a tutor but they are really expensive. The only other books that I haven't tired yet are the Manhattan GMAT books....any one have any opinon on them or any advice? I'm running out of steam and patience but I know that I can break the 700 barrier.

thanks!

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30 Nov 2004, 10:49
If you need material for verbal, 885 SC is an excellent practice. Below is the link to download.
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http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... ght=885+sc
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For RC and CR, i would suggest you to use some LSAT material. It helped me to improve CR VERY much.

Hope this help.

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30 Nov 2004, 17:16
I would also look at old GRE exams that include both logic questions and reading comprehension.

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30 Nov 2004, 17:26
prettypoodle wrote:
Hi guys,
So I've taken the GMAT 4 times already, with the highest score only being 620. I know that I can do better! But I've exhausted almost all the material out there...I"ve gone through OG twice, both Kaplan books and most of PR. My problem is that I've got almost all the questions memorized and it's hard to really analyze and learn from them (especially on the CD-rom practice tests). I've thought about getting a tutor but they are really expensive. The only other books that I haven't tired yet are the Manhattan GMAT books....any one have any opinon on them or any advice? I'm running out of steam and patience but I know that I can break the 700 barrier.

thanks!

Wow, 4 times already? Why did you try to memorize questions? Did they have similar questions appeared on the real GMAT or what?

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01 Dec 2004, 07:42
I didn't try to memorize them, I mean that since i've been using the same material each time, I already know the answers before hand. So trying to learn from them makes studying from them a bit more difficult.

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