How to use Gruber's math?

<p>I was wondering, I have gruber's complete, and I wanted to know how to study for the math section. I plan on getting the math workbook, as well.</p>

<p>I would also like to know how to so bump</p>

<p>I'm using the math workbook also. It's not so extensive as to leave you drained of your valuable time, but it certainly does pointout the basics, and as someone may have mentioned, "refine your skills." I'd argue to say it's best to complete EACH AND EVERY INDIVIDUAL question in the book(that's what I'm doing anyways). The questions you're good at you'll slide right by, and you'll be sure to stick around your areas of difficulty. As far as how to approach the book and your study schedule, it varies, but I'd imagine you will spend most of your time on the drills. I personally try and do about 25 pages of drills each day, when I get towards the end of a section, like Algebra for example, I get excited and may end up doing even more than 25 pages that day just to finish that section. Make a schedule that works with you, I noticed math is my weakspot, and am trying to pintpoint this "discrepancy", and hopefully will overcome it, as will many others, with the help of Gruber's.</p>

<p>Jaffershah,
What drills do you mean? The diagnostic test sections?</p>

<p>yes the diagnostic test section drills. Those are the most time consuming, and least interesting part of the book.</p>

<p>lol, "excited"</p>