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# The actual books needed?

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11 Apr 2003, 18:06
Hi dear all,

Thank you for your time in reading my posting.

I've read some of the postings in this segment regarding the books needed. Even though the GMATCLUB provides some of the books that is a "no-no", some of the users are saying that we need to use those books to prepare ourselves.

Which brings my questions:-

What are the books that is actually needed to prepare for the test?

How many books are needed? and

Is the latest books the best (i.e 2003) or older version (i.e. 2002) provides stability of the questions?

Thank you all in advance!!

samloke

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12 Apr 2003, 01:09
samloke wrote:
Hi dear all,

Thank you for your time in reading my posting.

I've read some of the postings in this segment regarding the books needed. Even though the GMATCLUB provides some of the books that is a "no-no", some of the users are saying that we need to use those books to prepare ourselves.

Which brings my questions:-

What are the books that is actually needed to prepare for the test?

How many books are needed? and

Is the latest books the best (i.e 2003) or older version (i.e. 2002) provides stability of the questions?

Thank you all in advance!!

samloke

I will take the initiative

I am note sure how qualified I am to reply to you; you pretty much know my opinion. As to Kaplan. It does not matter if you get 2003 or 2001 edtions; esp the software is the same.

I would say you would exhaust the market if you got Kaplan 3 books, PR Main book and OG. These I heard are the all time best :D

I used ARCO and was not happy about it, I can comment a lot. I never even went though the whole book.

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