28+ GMAT Books in NYC/NJ area

Official Guide 10
Official Guide - Verbal Review II
Official GMAT Notepad with Pen (this is what you get on the exam)

How to get into top mba programs - Richard Montauk
Perfect Phrases for Business school acceptance
65 Successful Harvard Applications
Great applications for business schools - Paul Bodine

Veritas Critical Reasoning 1 and 2
Veritas Combinatorics and Probability
Veritas - Geometry

MGMAT IR
MGMAT Roadmap
MGMAT Advanced Quant

Powerscore Question Type Training 1 - Critical Reasoning
Powerscore Question Type Training 2 - Critical Reasoning
Powerscore SC Bible
Powerscore CR Bible

GMAT SC Grail 3rd Edition

Total GMAT Math - Jeff Sackman

I have spent close $2000 on books.

Free stuff: {You can practice this on your computer.}
-MGMAT Strategy Guides (PDF)
-Official Guide Paper based tests (PDF)
-Much more.....

Please let me know whether you would like to buy these books.

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Total $300 flat
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Comments (10)

Nov 18, 2013

lol so what was your score before this gets deleted?

Nov 18, 2013
wallstreet101:

lol so what was your score before this gets deleted?

:) 700+. Why?

Nov 18, 2013

PM me now before this gets deleted
i'm interested in buying a thing or two

I'm not concerned with the very poor
-Mitt Romney

Nov 18, 2013
Mitt Romney:

PM me now before this gets deleted

i'm interested in buying a thing or two

Cannot PM -- because I need 10 points. :(

Nov 18, 2013

Jesus Christ, man. With all of that prep I hope you broke 750. I did all the MGMAT books, and all the OG shit twice and thought that I over-killed it.

Please don't quote Patrick Bateman.

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Nov 18, 2013

@Romney - Which books are you interested in?

Nov 18, 2013

@DBCooper - I got 700+ ")

Nov 19, 2013

You spent too much son.

Nov 19, 2013
TwoThrones:

You spent too much son.

Yes, I learned a lot. And I increased my score from 580 to 700+. Plus, these days, the GMAT's CR (actual questions on the exam) have gotten exponentially difficult. Even though some instructors might say LSAT is not required, I have personally seen the LSAT questions (Parallel reasoning, basic conditional logic) in the exam. Everyone has MGMAT, Kaplan...Hence, GMAC needs some way to distinguish between an LSATer and MGMATer. Do you see my point? Also, if one is targeting top 10 schools, one needs 700+.

Nov 19, 2013
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