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Manhattan Plan [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2018, 00:18
Hi everybody, it is possible to have a study plan only by using the Manhattan books? I have already the 8 books and the 5Lb book, if it is enough, how is a good strategy, start study each book until the end, or study a little bit of each book, what do you recommend? thank you a lot :-D
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Re: Manhattan Plan [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2018, 01:37
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Hi,

it is more than enough for the highest score.

However, the last word is given by the Official Material: Official Guides and Powerprep software.

MGRE provides outstanding material for practice but is NOT the original.

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Re: Manhattan Plan [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2018, 08:57
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Hi,

it is more than enough for the highest score.

However, the last word is given by the Official Material: Official Guides and Powerprep software.

MGRE provides outstanding material for practice but is NOT the original.

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and do you have a plan to finish the MGRE? or just study a little of each book each time, thank you for answering :)
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Re: Manhattan Plan [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2018, 11:31
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The strategy is pretty simple: go for algebra and practice until you know everything like a second skin, then geometry and so forth.

Take a mock test every other week.

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Re: Manhattan Plan [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2018, 06:00
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You ask a great question! While some students can learn GRE quant with just some prep books, I’ve found that my students are more successful when using a more robust resource such as an online self-study course. Self-study courses typically provide detailed study plans and have granular analytics, so you can easily track your progress as you move through the course. The ability to track your progress will keep you more engaged, and you’ll be able to more accurately forecast when you’re ready to take your real GRE.

If you decide to go that route, GRE Prep Club has verified student reviews of different GRE prep materials.

Also, here is an article I wrote that I think will give you some more valuable information: How To Score a 330+ on your GRE.

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