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# Total GMAT Math - Jeff Sackmann

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Joined: 13 Dec 2012
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GMAT 1: 580 Q43 V27
WE: Information Technology (Telecommunications)
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20 Jun 2014, 12:11
I actually meant it. You did not have to clarify. I understand what you're saying. Thank you once again.
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11 Mar 2015, 12:36
BM wrote:
Thanks for the supportive response! To be honest, my post feels a tad tentative, since I do not fully know your situation. I think that it's reasonable for you to start noting any specific weaknesses in your math performance and emphasize those in your second attempt. For example, use Manhattan's Geometry guidebook with Sakmann's geometry sets if that area represents your weakness.

I owned both products and preferred the Manhattan series. But I started at a very low level (my first practice test was, I think, a Q19). Sackmann's math sets, however, are amazing.

I've just read your post on scoring +700, well done BM. I feel like I'm in a situation similar to yours. Well, I don't score around 18, but I am stuck in the 36-39 Q range and can't seem to find a way on how to improve. I'm currently only using the MGMAT books along the OG quant questions provided at the back of each book. However, I feel like I eventually wanna move to GMAT Club tests to improve my score, but at the same time, I feel that I'll score 0% considering I'm not even in the Q40 range yet.

I don't really have the cash to put out for both Sackmann and GMAT Club tests.
Any suggestions?
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Location: United States
Concentration: Marketing, Technology
GMAT 1: 650 Q43 V36
GMAT 2: 710 Q48 V39
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01 Jul 2015, 16:37
is the TGM book still relevant considering it was published in 2010?
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04 Jun 2016, 22:06
Total gmat has more gmat focused question and manhattan more concepts. Might be better off using bother
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