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shinjini replied to Hall of Shame : GMAT Coaching Institutes which ...
There are a lot of posts on PG.com and other GMAT websites where 2minute gmat is advertising very subtely.
For example, http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/gmat-and-related-discussions/51949-how-i-scored-top-1-a.html
Notice how only a single point refers to the use of 2minute gmat.
There are a...
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shinjini replied to GMAT study group in Delhi ..!
do u know if qs from these 2nd ed books are repeated from OG11?
shinjini replied to GMAT study group in Delhi ..!
Manhattan GMAT has done a pretty thorough analysis of the difference b/w OG 11 & 12...find it here: GMAT Official Guide 12th Edition
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shinjini replied to GMAT study group in Delhi ..!
i would love if this grp was active in terms of discussing GMAT questions/organizing PG meets, giving support to fellow GMAT takers...but i don't think this is a thread to check if you want any of those things...it IS good for discussing a particular GMAT tutor everyone seems to really like, and ...
shinjini replied to GMAT Dec-2009
hi everyone!
i was a part of the thread "aiming for Jan 2010"...but then the thread got too inactive, while my studying got more active! i hope to be able to give it by dec '09 now...the following are my last 2 relevant (and slightly edited) posts...
14th Sept:
hi...so, done with all th...
shinjini replied to aiming for GMAT JAN 2010
I think u too should search for this query on other GMAT threads...from what i've heard, kaplan tests are tougher than what u will see on the actual GMAT, and their scoring is off wrt actual GMAT scoring algorithm. But, do confirm what I've heard!
shinjini replied to aiming for GMAT JAN 2010
In India, I know about ISB. Abroad, I guess most B-schools accept GMAT scores. Go to the GMAT Query or some other thread to have such qs. answered.
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