What do you think about this plan?
Morning (Verbal): first 2 hours used to study concept on "CR bible" and follow e-gmat
courses. the third hour doing exercise with error log
on OG 13
Afternoon (Quantitative): first hour used to study concept in which I'm weak, last two hours doing exercises with error log
Last week before test--> make a MGMAT test every day and study my error log
Do you think it's a good plan? what other tips do you suggest?
Your plan looks good, except your last line is what concerned me the most. I have few comments though -
- "Last week before test--> make a MGMAT test every day" - Not a good idea. Dont give more than 2-3 tests in your last exam week. Trust me, 5 tests in a row during your last week will exhaust you more than you can even imagine. You dont want to hamper your performance during actual GMAT due to fatigue. Keep last day free from any studies, relax and let your mind rejuvenate after months of marathon. You still have over 4 weeks left. If you have (6 MGMAT test + 2 GMATPRP) remaining then take those tests in intervals like (1-2 tests per week), keep tracking your performance, strengthen your weaknesses, and gradually build stamina/endurance. Last week you can give 2 (not more than 3) tests, but focus more on your error log
- You seem to use multiple resources for same subject/topic, e.g. CR Bible and e-gmat
for CR. considering its a last month, I would say stick to one prep material (per area) and follow its strategies. Learning separate strategies from multiple sources may confuse you. However you can always use multiple resources for practicing their question banks. As its your last month, I would advice to formulate & finalize your strategy for solving specific type of question whether its CR/SC/RC or PS/DS.
Below is a must read for planning your final stage:http://www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index ... to-review/http://www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index ... game-plan/
Again, these just my suggestions, but do what suits best for you!
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