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The Math to Verbal Shift!

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New post 20 Jul 2018, 17:04
Hello GMAT Community,

I'm reaching out cause I wanted to better understand how to make the shift from Math to Verbal.

I am using the Manhattan and the OG sets. I finished studying the Math topics and question in the Manhattan books so should I;
1- Start Math in OG, finish all Math questions and then go back and start Verbal?
2- Answer Math OG while studying Verbal (split time between Math practice and studying Verbal topics)?
3- Study Verbal topics right away and then when done go back to OG and start solving questions/practicing both Math and Verbal?

A bit confused as I am not sure which would be best for me not losing focus/forgetting what I have already studied in Math.
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Sam
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New post 22 Jul 2018, 07:59
first complete Math OG , you will be able to practice question with much more confidence
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New post 23 Jul 2018, 02:44
Hi omeligi,

The best person to answer your questions is you. The reason that I say this is because you know best if you are someone who needs to keep in touch with what you have already prepared to perform later, or you are good with it even if you are out of touch. I would however like to ask you a couple of questions that may help you decide –
    1. What is your target score in Quant?
    2. Through your current prep in Quant, have you reached in the range of your target score in Quant?

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    1. Determine the sectional scores you need to reach your overall target score (You can use GMAT Planner to do this)
    2. Start with the section you are strong in and prepare using a structured approach until you reach your target score
    3. Start with the next section and do the same
    4. Take mocks to build stamina to sit through the test

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