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# Tips for retaker (like me)

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06 Aug 2008, 00:42
Hi all, I'm going to take my gmat for the 3rd time on Oct 13 and I'm gunning for 750.
I completed OG10 once for my second gmat attempt in 2005 which I managed 660 (Q47, V35).

I'm almost done with OG11 and after reading some of the posts here, I realised that in terms of preparation, I'm actually quite far behind. I have 2 months to go and I hope to receive some good tips that can help me achieve my 750 target....

Many thanks!

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12 Aug 2008, 17:02
KLB15,
Also try to do OG verbal and quant review book (purple and green books). I think Manhattan GMAT CAT tests are very good. To gun above 750 you need to be very thorough with basics of Quant and sentence correction in verbal. Also Kaplan 800 is a good source for practice.
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14 Aug 2008, 11:15
To reach your goal, I would use the gmat club tests to strengthen your quant. For verbal, I like the Manhattan SC guide and powerscore gmat critical reasoning guide.

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22 Aug 2008, 06:02
Thanks guys... yup i'm reading up on Manhattan SC guide...
Completed OG10 and am thinking of getting the OG verbal...

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22 Aug 2008, 10:42
Get hold of those LSAT practice tests if you can to practice CR and specially RC. Their style is some what different from the one in GMAT but I believe it can be a great help. I also agree with using challenges for high Q score. Also download GMATTER to practice those 1000 SC/CR/RC in more CAT form.

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23 Aug 2008, 08:41
mbawaters: how do I get my hands on those '1000 SC/CR/RC in more CAT form'?

rigger: how many qus are there in gmatclub tests? Really want to push my Quant 49 and above....

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