-Take GMAT prep test ---> Understand where I stand
-Start with Kaplan
GMAT premier 2012
-Take a Kaplan
test once I am done with Kaplan
-Start with MGMAT guides
-Study two guides at a time- one quant and one verbal
-After finishing every guide practice questions plus corresponding questions in OG 12
-Last take all Kaplan
and MGMAT tests and GMAT prep tests. Work on areas where I lack.
-Give the GMAT
This is obviously a rough plan. I plan to make weekly schedules based on this (I suck at sticking to long term schedules)
- Now my question is, How much time should I put aside for the kind of prep material that I have considering I study for 2 hours every day after work.(Also I just have only 2 Saturdays off in a month)
- Secondly have I scheduled all the mock tests at the right stages of preparation?
- And the last question is do I need to buy OG quant
and OG verbal
review (or any other books) or is this enough?
Thanks in advance to everyone
A quote I always read to remind myself that nothing is impossible - "The fool didn't know it was impossible, so he did it."