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17 Sep 2006, 11:35
I have arco's 06 mastering the gmat, what is the best way to start preparing for gmat , finish one section of sc, reading or finish quantative section completely.

Do I need to buy any more books Og or mgmat books. I need good books for quantative and for SC.

What other books are recomended for gmat

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17 Sep 2006, 17:21
I haven't seen too many good reviews for that book. I would use 1) Official Guide, 11th edition; 2) GMATPrep official tests (do these before the OG because there's a little bit of question overlap); and 3) Cracking the GMAT from Princeton Review. The PR book is a must for properly understanding the test and nailing down strategy. The official materials have no strategy, because GMAC likes to tell people the test isn't coachable.

These should be your starter books. Work through them and then see where you need to go.

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21 Sep 2006, 18:35
Whats the best way to use the Official Guide, use it first or take the gmatprep practice test to see how I do.

How are Kaplan and PR books for studying and giving refresher on math abd verbal.

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22 Sep 2006, 10:07
Here is my opnion.

1.- Take the GMATPrep Test I
2.- Establish a framework for each type of problem - I used Kaplan (ie picking numbers)
3.- Work the OG
4.- Complete as many test as possible (Kaplan, PR, etc) plenty of free test out there
4.- Take the GMATPrep Test II

The GMATPrep contains questions from the OG.

Good luck!!

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23 Sep 2006, 02:44
What do you think about Manhattan GMAT books ???

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23 Sep 2006, 07:49
Does your ARCO book have the ARCO gold CD? If so that is a great disk!!! I know 3 people who used that CD and got the exact same score on the real GMAT as they did on their final ARCO test.

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