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# Best approach for the last 15 days

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28 Dec 2013, 03:15
I have 15 days to go for the GMAT. I have been preparing for the last 3 months and have completed the content part of Verbal and Quant. What should my schedule be for these 15 days?
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03 Jan 2014, 02:40
Hey Rohit

Please go through the below thread-
what-to-do-30-14-7-3-1-days-before-the-test-152506.html

Make sure that you are well rested before the exam day and do not bother studying extra for AWA and IR. For AWA chineseburned template is sufficient and for IR, just make sure that you are giving your GMAT prep with IR and under exam like conditions.

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03 Jan 2014, 06:16
Hi there,

During the last couple weeks of study, you should plan to take several simulation exams to get a feel for what test day will be like. Once you begin adding sim exams to your studying regime, you should plan to take one every two to three days. Plan to take five sim exams to thoroughly prepare yourself. These tests should be taken in real time and in test-like conditions. Try not to take too many sim exams—you may burn out.

And remember, no sim tests the day before your actual exam! The day before your exam, do some light studying and try to relax.

Hope this helps!

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05 Jan 2014, 10:11
Thanks a lot for the help guys! Really appreciate it
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06 Jan 2014, 06:06
Hi,

Review your error log( excel file or your markings on the books) and resolve questions that you got wrong. If u get them wrong again than go through the relevant concepts.

Take full length tests including AWA and IR under test center like conditions. I recommend to take at least 4 full length tests so that your are perfectly prepared for the actual GMAT exam. I totally agree with ashkul123 that for AWA chineseburned's template is sufficient. I used his template and got a 5.0

Do not worry to much about IR. Practice from GMATprep software.

Do not take too much load one day before the exam. Just revise the formulas and important concepts, and yes, take a good sleep before the exam.

Remember your state of mind during the GMAT exam is very important in determining your score. Do not waste your 3 month's hard work by worrying too much one day before the exam.

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