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20 Dec 2006, 15:30
I am planning to take GMAT on March 2007 and I need your advice.

My plan is to focus on OG11, GMATPrep, Princeton Review and of course GMAT Club. My main goal is to get high points in Math section.

Thus far, I did the first 120 questions on problem solving section from OG11 and I had 25 incorrect answers (all of them were stupid mistakes rather than fundamental mistakes.)

Moreover, I did the first 30 sentence correction and the first 10 question of critical reasoning part and I noticed that I am weak on CR.

I am thinking to study the OG11 and Princeton Review on weekdays (one day math and one day verbal), then on weekend take one GMAT TEST from GMATPrep or Princeton Review.

Then after I am done with OG11, I will go back and re-do all of the that I could not solve them before.

So, what do you think about my plan? Do you have any suggestion?
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