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Hi there! I get way too many questions about which GMAT Books to buy. And answering them every time based on each individual’s requirement can be repetitive. So I decided to put down all the data I could collect and organize it here. Here you will find the list of TOP GMAT and MBA Admissions books. You will also find reviews (pros/cons), rankings, ratings, my recommendations and as to who should buy what! Enjoy! These are the top GMAT Books ranked. I have considered best selling rankings at Amazon, Average ratings, activity, etc along with my judgment to rank them. The list shows the names of the book with my recommendation, people who should consider buying them...Read More
Again I will remind you that the schedule has branched into two: Verbal Focus and Math Focus. If you feel that you need more focus on Verbal, you should choose the Verbal Focus. But, if you think you are good in Verbal but need more focus on Math topic, choose the Math focus. I suppose you have already done this in the start of the last week. So continuing this week from last we will finish the rest of the material. Enjoy! Choose your branch: Verbal Focus OR Math Focus Branch A: Verbal Focus This week we will take up from where we left last week in SC. We will finish revisiting the Manhattan Sentence Correction. Then we will focus on concepts and strategies in RC from...Read More
Idiomatic expressions are phrases that are common in standard written English. There is no logic behind their usage. You either know them or not. You will have to use your ear most of the time. But its highly advised that you learn the list of common idioms on GMAT. The parrot way I am sorry to tell you this, but memorizing them is the only way you can do this. Start doing this early in your preparation. Initially it’s okay to look up the idiom list while answering the questions. Watch out for the changing prepositions while doing a vertical scan of the answer choices, this would give you a hint that may be this is an Idiom error. a consequence of A debate...Read More
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Welcome! Congratulations on getting past the Build phase. Half the battle is won at this point. From here on we will start the Recovery Phase, followed by Advanced Phase and then finally the Test phase. In this phase the goal will be to tweak areas in which you are weak. By now, you have a fair idea as to where you need more help. If you feel that you need more focus on Verbal, you should devote next 2 weeks for Verbal followed by 1 week on Quants. But, if you think you are good in Verbal but need more focus on Math topic, devote next 2 weeks to Quants followed by 1 week to Verbal. So the Recovery phase will have two branches. One will branch out towards Verbal Focus...Read More
This week we will finish the core preparation phase of the GMAT. We will focus on finishing the last part in Quants an then gear up for a mock test on the last day (Sunday) of the week. This is again going to be a tricky week if you are not the quant joc types. But after so many drills, I am expecting you to be much better. If you are already comfortable with math, you can utilize some of your time to revise other areas and prepare for the test! So let’s get started! Books you will need Manhattan GMAT Set of 8 Strategy Guides The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition DAY 50 GOAL: Finish 2 chapters from Manhattan Word...Read More