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I used the same URL to register the book.
Try contacting Princeton customer service.
- by tripathimani
Fri Jan 02, 2009 10:15 pm
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: Princeton Online Practice Tests - How do I enroll?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 772
Hi, What are the sources for tougher problems ? I have observed that there is lack of 650+ level problems. I''m having a hard time pushing my scores from high 500 levels to high 600 levels. Once they start hitting me with tougher problems, under timing pressures I'm not able to handle them. Few reso...
Coming back to logitech's question abt LSAT CR: I started with "The Official LSAT SuperPrep", but scored poorly in two timed CR tests. The book has questions based on different difficulty level although frequency of some question types is not representative of GMAT CR. Nevertheless it helps you soli...
triple5soul, CR is my weakest area. As bacali suggested, Powerscore Bible is one of the best ways to study for it. I'm doing the theory from it and problems from OG. I have seen good improvements. Powerscore will help you identify patterns in answer choices which once you know will help you to move ...
Thanks for your insights.
If you are still on this forum could you suggest where you did your difficult quant problems. few sources I know are,
Resources section on BTG - has some difficult problems
Any other resources ?
You might consider taking the Manhattan class. I recently completed their 9 week course and I have found it useful. I have increased my score to 600 from 450 at the time of diagnostic. But score improvements take time, practice and determination. i;m still working on it
Buy all of them or just the subject areas in which you are weak. Their word translations, Number properties, VIC's and Sentence correction are specially good.
You can also join their 9 week course depending where you are in your preparation and your score.
I have also started with a 480 and trying to work my way towards 700. Could you please shed some light on how you how you prepared during those 4 months books, strategies, timing, rules etc.
I started at the same score as you have. After studying for couple of months w/o any improvements in the score I joined MGMAT classroom course. My score has jumped 100 points but I still have a long way to go. If you are regular visitor to this site, then you know already know most of the rules of t...
I just completed MGMAT classroom course, and they claim that your real GMAT is plus/minus 50 points from your overall MGMAT CAT scores.
Any particular high school Math book you used for fundamentals ?
Your posts have been inspiring. I'm also at the 580-600 level in my practice exams.