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6 Weeks to study- New to Exam [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2010, 21:10
Hi everyone!

I am new to the exam (this is not a retake strategy) and need help on a test taking strategy. My original plan was to take the test in 6 weeks (Nov 15th) then again Dec 16th if it doesn't work out. I'm starting out from a very low place - 410 and need high 600's to get into my choice schools.

Two things: (1) Please comment and let me know taking the test twice is worth it or, should I just chance it and take the test once on Dec 15th. I'll be dedicating about 25hours of study a week until Oct 31st and 20hrs a week after that. I'm using MGMAT.

(2) should I only use MGMT? I saw an ad for GMAT Pill and I was planning to use that as my retake strategy. I need something that's concise. And while MGMAT will lay the foundation, I also need reinforcement which I feel they are lacking.

I have to say that, with using MGMAT, I feel like I'm taking in alot, but they don't require you to do OG Problems every night so I don't feel like I'm getting good exposure to them.

Also, can someone help me out on how to use the GMATClubt tests? I wanted to purch all of the, but if I haven't finished all my review, should I even bother taking them?

Sorry for the long post! Thank you for your help!
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6 Weeks to study- New to Exam   [#permalink] 05 Oct 2010, 21:10
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