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Greetings Everyone,

I have put together a study plan, as I am just starting my preparations for the GMAT. I am hoping to take the GMAT in March, and looking to get 700+.

I'd appreciate any critiques of the attached file from some of you experience gurus out there!

My overall prep plan can be summarized as follows:
- 1 MGMAT Book per week reviewed and concepts studied. Complete problems in MGMAT book, UNTIMED.
- Complete associated OG and supplemental problems, TIMED
- 1 Practice CAT test per weekend, including review of all errors and weaknesses, starting after Geometry.
- Light review of flash cards containing concepts and examples on off-days.
- Weakness review at end of both Quant and Verbal, as well as right before the GMAT.
- Reading Fiction and Non-Fiction literatures (The Economist, Scientific American, Classic Novels, etc...)

Thanks for all of the help.

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New post 01 Dec 2012, 00:54
Dear smp5000,

The plan is good and a very detailed one but would suggest the following changes.

The approach I suggest is as follows:
1. Start with Foundations of GMAT Verbal. (SC Topics only) - You need to know the fundamentals mentioned here before you dive into MGMAT SC book.
2. Start and complete the SC guide.
3. Start and complete the CR guide.
4. Start Quant while practicing Verbal.
5. Start and complete IR,RC and AWA topics.

So to sum up it will take you around a month for SC/CR, followed by Quant and then finally the IR,RC and AWA.

Let me know if this helps.

Re: 3 month GMAT study plan   [#permalink] 01 Dec 2012, 00:54
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