You are welcome. I would get:
1. The Quant and Verbal Reviews. Do all of the verbal review and the second half of the Quant review.
2. The GMAT Paper Tests. Only do the verbal (Quant is too easy). I find the verbal is a good predictor of score.
3. Question Pack 1 Do all of the verbal and Hard Quant.
4. The week before your test do all three GMAT Focus Tests. These are as close to real thing as you can get for Quant.
If you really want to push yourself on verbal I would do one long and one short GRE reading comp passage per day (from old GRE tests). I would also do a set of LSAT critical reasoning
(skip the first 10 in each section because they are generally easier and also skip parallel reasoning and parallel flaw questions).
Besides all of this I would consistently be doing MGMAT and GMATClub Quant Only
CATs. Do at least 15 timed Quant sections from this bunch.
With everything that you do keep an error so that you can keep track of where you need to work. In the beginning of this cycle you can work open book so that you are always applying the correct formulas and strategies. As you progress close the book. Always work with the erasable pad and marker. I hope that this helps.
PS: Of course sprinkle in GMATPrep 2-3 times throughout to gauge where you are. In the end you can work through the GMATPrep documents if you need more practice.
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