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I don't know what insight you're looking for. It says in the rules that your allowed to eat and drink during the breaks.Alcololz wrote:hello? still lookin for some insight on snacks during the breaks.
congrats on the score man. As a fellow NY'er, I like the screenname as well. I actually went to the same high school as Marbury, and graduated with his cousin Sebastian Telfair, 2 good ball players, but typical ball player problems. Best of luck to you on apps. Has there ever been a top player to c...
It think I typically ranged from 46-50 in Quant and I would always get 47+ in V.DMX7 wrote:What were your Quant/Verbal score breakdowns on the Manhattan Gmat? Thanks
haha, as you can probably tell I came up with the username before Marbury went insane.Ludacrispat26 wrote:1) Congrats. That is amazing.
2) I love the username. As a New Yorker, much appreciated.
3) Debrief will be appreciated, I'm sure.
4) Wow. Congrats again (and go work for ManhattanGMAT or something. Damn lol).
Background: I went to a Top30 Private University, majored in Finance/Accounting/Economics, and had a decent GPA (3.67). I got a 1440 on the SAT, so I felt that I could do pretty well on the GMAT. Materials Used: Kaplan- not recommended Kaplan 800- not recommended Manhattan-Number Properties- recomme...
Took the GMAT on 11/7/2009. Full debrief to come this week. Hopefully I'll have some pointers and tips that will help some people out.
Great Debrief. I really think the way you approached the studying is going to work well for me.
How long was your total study time?
How many hours a day did you average?