The schedule looks strong, but I do think it is ok to mix verbal and math. Sometimes it is good to switch it up, especially if you are pretty much equal ability in both sections.
I would also recommend that you reevaluate how long it will take you with each book. The Manhattan GMAT books
range about 150-250 pages each, and can take quite a while to get through each book. Especially if you do all the review questions!
To answer your question:
Looks exciting. Looking forward to hearing what experienced guys think about it. My first question concerns whether it is best to do OG problems in conjunction with MGMAT as opposed to afterwards. Secondly, what do people think about doing mixing verbal and math?
The MGMAT 8 guides refer directly to the OG12
, OG Verbal
Review, and OG Quant
Review for the practice problems. So I would recommend doing them alongside of the MGMAT Guides
and buying them at the same time, and MAKE SURE TO CREATE AN ERROR LOG
. This will keep track of all the problems you missed, and what you were thinking when you missed them. Do not forget this critical piece.
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