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Re: [gmat-32] Business schools visiting the Bay Area & Topics of study for next week's meetup

From: Kelly H.
Sent on: Thursday, September 16, 2010 4:35 PM
Hi group,

The plan sounds great!  I've heard similar stories about RC.  It's just really hard to focus on a bland passage 3+hours into the test. 

One thing worth mentioning: I think it's a good idea to remember to bring the OG book with you when you attend the study session.  You will get most out of it and allow everyone to focus 100% on the content.  We are all aiming for the 700+ scores, so timing and efficiency play a critical role.  It's just hard to improve on the min/Q that way.  Nothing against sharing.  However, we are so close to the test, and every block of studying time is essential and so precious (for people who also work a full time job).  So let's make the most of it.

see you there =)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ravish Singh <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tue, Sep 14,[masked]:25 pm
Subject: [gmat-32] Business schools visiting the Bay Area & Topics of study for next week's meetup


Below is a link to where you can view the dates that several of the top business business schools will be visiting the Bay Area. Click on the link below:

Also, for those of you joining us at the Milpitas Library for this weeks study meet (Sep 18), we will work together on Quantitative problems relating to Number Properties and also on Reading Comprehension problems.

From my practice tests, I have noticed that it becomes harder to read and absorb Reading comprehension passages (especially the long ones) when you are 2-3 hours into the test. Hence, the plan is to practice Number properties for the first 2 hours, tax our brains to the max, and then work on some reading comprehension problems for the last hour.

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