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13 Sep 2004, 06:57
Hi,

I gave my GMAT about 2 weeks back, and did quite horribly. I had prepared hard and I am not sure where I went wrong. I had a few real tough questions in Maths. But I thought my english went ok. I still landed up with a 44 in Math and a 35 in English. I was aiming at least a 48+ in Maths and a 38-40 in English.

Im planning to take GMAT again, but I don't have much practice material. I have already exhausted ETS Powerprep, all ETS questions, PR CD, and Kaplan 2004 with CD.

Any suggestions on what I can use to practise now? I need to do more tests as I think I have problem with timing. also, I need to do hard ones.
I am thinking of buying the Kaplan 2005 edition with CDrom. But are the questions going to be different? Please let me have your advice.

Thanks a ton
Beatrice

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13 Sep 2004, 12:01
Hi, I would recommend you to practice LSAT material under time constraint. They are pretty tough and will help your verbal. For quant, I would recommend having some basic concepts with prob/comb/perm in order to break the 47+level. There is a lot of resources on this website. Have a look at this link:
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1585
To increase your quant score under time constraint, I would suggest you to also participate in the challenges given by GMAT club. Good luck
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Paul

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