I always joke with my students that it would be great if they could quit their jobs and just focus on the GMAT. Occasionally, some people do just that. However, if I were you I'd be very cautious about doing so. Remember that the GMAT is just one part of your application. You are younger and less experienced than the average b-school applicant, so quitting work now would probably hurt your overall chances, even if you go back to work after the 4 months are over. It would probably be better to put together an aggressive study plan that fits around your work schedule. Focus on getting the most out of each session, and actively reviewing to learn from your completed work. It's hard to study effectively for 8 hours a day, anyway!
Dmitry Farber | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | New York
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