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Best strategy for the non-disciplined [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2013, 06:55
Hey Guys,

I need a 700+ on my gmat, and scored a ~620 on my first few practice exams last year. I am simply not disciplined enough and too distracted ( 25 yrs old working full time married with 2 children) to expect that I will self study 10-15 hours a week out of a book.

I am looking for a course that will give me all the essentials and guidance I need, so that I can focus on working in the most efficient manner. I am happy to put in the work, but hate the idea of wandering aimlessly through materials without knowing the strategies etc.

Thought about taking Veritas brick and mortar, but cost is so high and it would be very difficult to be far from home 2 nights a week.

Considered gmatpill, but not sure how well this really works because it is very freeform (from what I have seen)

Considered knewton, but once again not sure if this is too "freeform"

Would love to hear your thoughts and input. I am ready to pull the trigger and bust a** to get the 700+ but I want to do something thats realistic for me.

Thank you all so much
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Re: Best strategy for the non-disciplined [#permalink] New post 06 Mar 2013, 10:26
Join a study group. You do not need to be super disciplined. However you would need to put 10 hours every week for 4-5 months. Buy MGMAT Roadmap, its chock full of tips. It costs $10 as an ebook and you can get 6 MGMAT tests along with it.
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