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Azizakaria Senior | Next Rank: 100 Posts
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where to start

Post Wed Nov 25, 2015 3:28 am
Hello

I have the full course of veritas gmat prep, 12 books & online videos, and I don't know where to start? should i start with the GMAT logic books ? and when to start reading the Data Sufficiency book ?

appreciate any help, iI'm kind of lost here.

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Post Fri Nov 27, 2015 9:00 am
I see. The best approach is to simply do the books in order and plan to cover at least two books per week. If you're shooting for a 30 day plan, you'll probably do something like the following:

Week 1: GMAT Logic/Arithmetic/Critical Reasoning
Week 2: Algebra/Sentence Correction
Week 3: Geometry/Reading Comp/Data Sufficiency
Week 4: Advanced Verbal/Combinatorics
Week 5: Word Problems/IR and AWA

You'll also want to take about one practice test per week. If questions come up, don't hesitate to post here.

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Post Thu Nov 26, 2015 4:01 am
i don't have a paid account, so i think i have only access to a free GMAT test, and question bank. but i can set a plan for myself, i just want to know where to start? i see a data sufficiency book and a GMAT logic books, which book i should start with?before i start the Math or the verbal section.

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Post Wed Nov 25, 2015 3:01 pm
If you have an account, you can find the 30-day study plan on the Veritas website. Click on "My Course," and then click on "Pre-Course" and then "Recommended Study Plans." If you have any trouble, please let me know.

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Post Wed Nov 25, 2015 2:35 pm
My test is in 12 March, so i think 30 days plan will be fine, to have enough time to practice.

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Azizakaria wrote:
Hello

I have the full course of veritas gmat prep, 12 books & online videos, and I don't know where to start? should i start with the GMAT logic books ? and when to start reading the Data Sufficiency book ?

appreciate any help, iI'm kind of lost here.
What is your timeframe? (There are 30,60, and 90 day study plans on the Veritas website.)

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