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# GMAT Study Period

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21 Jul 2010, 02:09
Dear GMAT Test Takers,

I appreciate if you can share your experience and provide us with the below information:

Real GMAT Test Score
Diagnostic Test Score (before any study)
Study Period (in weeks or months)
Quantitative Background (Good or Poor)
Verbal Background (Good or Poor)

The purpose of the information above is to complete the attached excel sheet. This sheet will thenprovide us with an approximate study period for each and every individual based on his/her background, current GMAT level and target GMAT score.

All suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance to all.

Best Regards,
Jack
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Status: MBA Candidate, Class of 2017
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Posts: 195
Location: United States (TX)
Concentration: General Management, Strategy
GMAT 1: 710 Q48 V39
GPA: 3.75
WE: Project Management (Energy and Utilities)
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24 Jan 2014, 02:15
jakolik wrote:
Dear GMAT Test Takers,

I appreciate if you can share your experience and provide us with the below information:

Real GMAT Test Score
Diagnostic Test Score (before any study)
Study Period (in weeks or months)
Quantitative Background (Good or Poor)
Verbal Background (Good or Poor)

The purpose of the information above is to complete the attached excel sheet. This sheet will thenprovide us with an approximate study period for each and every individual based on his/her background, current GMAT level and target GMAT score.

All suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance to all.

Best Regards,
Jack

Real GMAT Test Score : 710 (Q:48; V:39; AWA: 5.5; IR:8)
Diagnostic Test Score (before any study) : Did not give any.
Study Period (in weeks or months) : 4 weeks of serious study
Quantitative Background (Good or Poor) : I am Indian engineer, so I guess in quant I was OK
Verbal Background (Good or Poor) : Decent
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