How to define your GMAT strategy and create you study plan

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Do any of these resonate with you?

  1. I am starting my preparation and would like to know how to create an efficient study plan.
  2. My Verbal score in my preliminary diagnostic has been very low. How much time should I plan for to hit 40 on Verbal.
  3. I take too long to solve Verbal questions. How can I solve this problem.
If yes, then you will benefit tremendously from Rajat’s session.  Till date, this session has been for e-GMAT customers only, but now we have opened this session to GMAT Club community. This session will also give you a chance to ask questions about e-GMAT course offerings and hear from current e-GMAT customers.  Below are the details of the event:

How to define your GMAT strategy and create your study plan.

  • Target audience: People who have their exam in 30-60 days although others will also benefit greatly.
  • Duration: 2 hrs
  • Start time: 9:30 AM Pacific Time, 10:00 PM Indian Standard Time on Saturday,  August 18, 2012.  You may click here to convert the time in your timezone.
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