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# GMAT strategy from 580 to >=650??

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06 Sep 2007, 10:44
Hello everyone…I am wondering if someone can help direct me to a good strategy for the following situation:

I took the GMAT in the spring and got a 580. I am aiming for a score in the 650- 680 range. However I have just about 2 months for prep. Do you think this is feasible given the timeframe? How much daily/ weekend time would you suggest? Should I stick with the OG or look into others? How close to the exam should I take the CATS?

I appreciate your input and have a great day!
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