I am more worried about my quantitative abilities. You need to first use a few guides for the theoretical part and then do some practice. Do you know where I could find some advanced material? It's also sort of what I did: focus on one section at a time. You can also check out our Resources tab, where you'll find a list of links to useful links compiled by our founder, Eric. Yet that may not be the most glaring oversight: the scant questions are more or less dumped on the reader. Fact is, you don't want to have that long of a studying period simply because you will inevitably forget and redo some of the stuff. This is why I'm slightly skeptical of this series.
My next exam is on the 8th of April; I have scheduled another one on the 9th of May just in case. I think ill go in for Kaplan Math workbook since I need a lot of practice in quant. Are you having trouble with quant, Reading Comp, Sentence Correction or Critical Reasoning? In case there isnt a good book you know out there, how should you suggest one should build those math skills? You might also want to consider taking a prep course that would take you from the basics to the tough problems. The Kaplan Math Workbook might be a little bit on the easy side for you, since you've already gone through so much stuff. Please advise I can give max 3 mths for my final prep.
Should I get a quant book too? And here is where this book comes in. I recently subscribed there but I don't know if the questions are that advanced? I've been trying to look up reviews on them to see how helpful the set is. Should I get a quant book too? If you're improving at the proper pace, then I think you can get your 700 by April. Expert guidance for studying drugs effectively Pregnancy risk category and controlled substance schedule for every drug Common medical abbreviations you'll use on the job Abbreviations to avoid when recording medication orders Terms are grouped by medication category, and each page features two terms with the complete explanations. I will be taking the gmat in the summer of 2011. A test taker has to not only understand the material that is being covered on the test, but also must be familiar with the strategies that are necessary to properly utilize the time provided and get through the test without making any avoidable errors.
My plan is to use self-study to get my foundation skills up to speed and then sign up for a prep-class. I particularly liked the fact that some problems are dealt with in more than one way. Also several of the older topics have been revised and improved. I've seen people getting lower scores because they scheduled more than 6 months of study! Do you know which books I could use to tackle advanced questions in both verbal and quant? You can read Chris's awesome blog posts on the Magoosh and! Here are a couple: Grockit it pretty addictive. Only around 8% of test takers make it over 700, and it takes a lot of money to develop a high quality product. I just commenced my studies with the princeton review and not convinced it may be sufficient especially as i was not pleased with my scores in the data suffiency section.
You'll want to study until you are consistently scoring in your goal range on full-length computer-adaptive practice tests. It's easy to guess why: adjusting your plan to your best interest and not wasting time with the stuff you already know! That way the concepts stick and you actually know how to apply them on test day. What do you think about Grockit? I have a wide collection of books already. I have a wide collection of books already. You might want to try the Number Properties and Word Translations guides the latter covers probability as well, I believe. Any help would be greatly appreciated 1 Kaplan 800 2 Kalpan Math Workbook 3 Manhattan Maths Set on May 24th, 2010 at 2:28 am Well if you have 3 months, then the Manhattan set might really interest you. Let me know pls in case you can recommend something.
Kaplan Sadly, at present we really do not possess any info on the actual artist Kaplan. Find below a list from which i was thinking of buying a couple of books. I don't think it's a great idea to do the theory first and then after a few weeks do the practice, again, for the same reasons. The language skills won't pop up over night, they would take time to develop. I myself got a 5 and only studied for one day before the exam. Also several of the older topics have been revised and improved.
I think if I do abt a 100 mixed bag geometry qs of the 49-50-51 level Quant over a couple of days, I'll be much more comfortable with applying the concepts. However, I wouldn't necessarily recommend the Kaplan 800 either since I wasn't particularly happy with its structure you can read my review on it too. You might want to try the Number Properties and Word Translations guides the latter covers probability as well, I believe. Is there anything else I would need? I will be giving the gmat in about 3 months and was setting up some sort of timetable for myself. Your help is much appreciated. I'm guessing you should go with the Kaplan book, because it contains more strategy that you need for instance geometry.
Plain language, without any kind of try to establish some methodical or scientific approach. Please recommend me books for both section. I'm glad I came across it before the test! Is there any need to buy anyways, if I complete the books listed above. Fill out the form below and we will contact you within 1 business day. Profile - But I'm always ready to help! I know the Manhattan set is quite extensive, but wasn't sure if they included refreshers where the Kaplan does.
Only around 8% of test takers make it over 700, and it takes a lot of money to develop a high quality product. But as you mentioned earlier, they tackle mainly easy - medium questions. This is why I'm slightly skeptical of this series. You see, the reason why you don't see that many book specifically targeted for people looking for tough practice is that, in terms of numbers, there aren't many! Also, which books should I use for integrated reasoning and Essay writing? I am looking for books which can first help me build the concepts first rather than the practice problems itself for both verbal and quant section. Statistics and probabilities are reviewed in just two pages, while there is no separate section for permutations and combinations. I am well above average in verbal and just average in maths. It depends whether you need more practice or not.