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3 Months Study Plan - Target 780

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Experts,

Can any one of you guide me on crucial things needed to bag 780 ?

I have attached my study plan that I am planning to follow.Suggestions to improve the study plan are most welcome.

As you would notice , I haven't given any time for the core foundation books/strategy guides because I have gone through MGMAT strategy guides 4th Ed two times in past one year .

Is this a good idea now to skip the foundation guides and do lots and lots of practice problems ?

Should I go through study guides again and build a strong foundation ?
OR
Do a lot of practice problems/work on speed strategies/tips/shortcuts etc etc ?
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I have been in the gmatland for quite sometime now, not consistent though. I have echeduled my D day in four months from now. Please note that I had to rescheduled the GMAT twice because I was nowhere close to my target score. Both the times I got stuck on 680-700 level.

Current Score level - 680-700 (GMAT Prep)
Target - 780

My weakness
- Speed, have to rush through both Quant and Verbal for last 5-8 questions every time I give a mock test.
- Reading Comprehension.
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