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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 04 Nov 2009, 06:28
Can anyone offer tips for retention? I'm finding that I'll recognize different subtopics but won't necessarily remember a formula (ex. overlapping sets, motion problems). Right now I plan to review notes in addition to OG problems. DISCLAIMER: Not a quant person but not afraid of it either
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2009, 11:33
I am beginning to research topics on taking the GMAT and I came across this website and I have found this group very interesting. It is good to see a consolidated location for many of the GMAT questions that I now have.

I am planning to take the GMAT around the end of October 2010 and currently I am researching everything I can about what books would help me and what methods I should focus on. After reading through the posts on this topic I have constructed a study plan and now I am looking for any type of feedback to help me fine tune it to my needs.

I have never taken the GMAT before and I am trying to break the 700 mark on the test so I have added in time to study some adv topics so my schedule may be a bit long. Also I added in an example date so everyone can get an idea of my timeline in action.

I have broken my study plan down into 6 different sections.

In the first section I am planning to use the OG-12 to begin my overview of the topics for study. Then I plan to take my first prep test to see what areas I should focus more on then others when I start my next study sections.

In the second section I am planning to spend 3 weeks studying the Quant section of the test using the MGMAT books along with the OG-quant review book. Then I plan to take a test focusing on that section of the test. After that I plan to spend a week reviewing the questions I missed.

In the third section I am planning to do the same exact setup with the Verbal section of the test using the MGMAT books along with the OG-Verbal review book.

In the fourth and fifth sections I am planning to spend two weeks each on the adv topics followed by a test and a week of review.

In the sixth section I am planning to spend 4 weeks going over all my week areas and my error logs in an attempt to strengthen those areas.

Days Date Action
Mon, September 27, 10 GMAT Test Date
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1 Sun, Sep 26, 2010 Prep Test 6
6 Mon, Sep 20, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Sep 19, 2010 Prep Test 5
6 Mon, Sep 13, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Sep 12, 2010 Prep Test 4
6 Mon, Sep 06, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Sep 05, 2010 Prep Test 3
6 Mon, Aug 30, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Aug 29, 2010 Prep Test 2
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6 Mon, Aug 23, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Aug 22, 2010 adv verbal test
14 Sun, Aug 08, 2010 adv verbal review
6 Mon, Aug 02, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Aug 01, 2010 adv math test
14 Sun, Jul 18, 2010 adv math review
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6 Mon, Jul 12, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Jul 11, 2010 verbal test
21 Sun, Jun 20, 2010 verbal review
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6 Mon, Jun 14, 2010 review errors
1 Sun, Jun 13, 2010 quant test
21 Sun, May 23, 2010 quant review
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1 Sat, May 22, 2010 Prep Test 1
11 Tue, May 11, 2010 start review
2 Sun, May 09, 2010 review study plan
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Total Study Time: 05 months & 20 days
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2009, 15:35
Hey guys, I scored a miserable 520 on my GMATs back in late August and took a 2 month break for personal reasons.

I'm back now and ready to start my prep again and my target is 650 on the actual exam.

My main weakness is Math. Verbal, I feel that if I study properly, I can improve my score (my error was a lack of study strategy going into it the first time so I did pretty terrible).

So, my question is this - what do you guys think of this study plan - is it reasonable?

Premise: I will be studying 4-5 hours per day, 7 days a week (28-35 hrs per week)


1) I was planning on re-starting where I'm mentally a bit more comfortable so that I can gain back my lost confidence, so:
a) Week 1 and 2 on SC & CR theory and hard core SC, CR practice as the focus (while doing 1 RC passage per day)
b) Week 3-6 (basically 4 weeks) on Math practice, while doing some CR, RC, SC questions per day to keep in touch
c) Week 7-8 (basically 2 weeks) on Practice tests and brush ups (I will be doing practice tests starting in Week 5 though - 1 per week once Math study is well underway, with more intensive test taking conditions being simulated in Week 7 and 8.

A) Total time devoted: 8 wks - is this reasonable given that I have 28-35 hrs to devote (approx 240 hrs) ?
B) And, should I be investing more time in SC, CR theory instead of just 2 weeks?
C) And, should I be starting with Math first and not Verbal?

Would GREATLY appreciate your valuable advice. THANKS! :-D
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2009, 04:48
Hi Clestia

I am a barely a day old on this site, so new i couldn't find where i posted my first message a couple of hours ago, i am sure i will find it later.

Anyway i am kinda in the same boat or worst then you since i only got 500 on my first cat test (Gmat prep1) 2 days ago, even though i had spent 3.5mths revising for it. Do you mind if i asked how long did you spent preparing for the actual test, and were you spending serious time studying for it during that period.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2009, 05:18
hi all,

Guttered, defeated and was really down and under, and feelin maybe gmat is just not my game .

I'm a totally new (< 1day old) on gmat club; i stumbled across this website yesterday, read several treads for a couple hours and it made me feel a little better (and learnt a lot of useful tips like error log, gmat timer, etc)....

Cut the long story short, i felt seriously troubled having attempted my first cat test (Gmat prep 1) yesterday, and only got 500 (Quans 34; Verbal 25), i am embarassed to say, even though i had revised for 3.5 months and been to a prep course with veritas prep which i paid (in the UK) nearly double the price of what was suggested on this website. I did have to pick up (not recap) a lot of basic math on my own during that period though bcos i didn't do high school maths. Unfortunately I also skipped the first year of my undergrad (where maths was covered) to complete a 3 years degree in 2, since I haven’t had enough money then to pay for the extra year.

My problem now is, is it realistic for me to obtain the 700 region on gmat.

I have laboriously gone through all the questions on the prep course material (except the last book which is a review of quants lessons) ensuring tat i know how to do nearly every single one of them (i say about 97%) during my revision - but i can't remember everything nor am i fast enough to solve them under timed condition. I was a little angry because i was given the impression that if i went through all the prep course material and can do all the questions, i would be capable of managing at least 600+.

I only have 2mths left on the online resouce (mainly the CAT tests) before it expires, and I think Veritas is going to ask for more money if I need to extend it. My initial plan, assuming I would have been at 600 level by now, was to use the next 1 month to practice on CATs to get me up to 700. Now I am at a loss with what is the best thing to do. You said it isn’t advisable to spend more than 6 mths, is my time up, is gmat not my game after all?
Would it be a realistic or sensible way forward if I went through my prep course material again (hopefully 2nd time round sticks in my memory better) - 2 weeks on Quans and 2 weeks on verbal, and use the last remaining month to do practice CAT. Or should I restart using BB's GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices?

In terms of where is stand on my quans and verbal skill level, may be best describe by the following illustration:

I can’t solve and not sure where to start with this question:
If a > b > 0, then SqRoot[a^2 - b^2] = ?

I know the principle I should use (Iso. triangle sides = x : x : SqRoot2)to solve this question but I can’t figured out how to solve:
The perimeter of a isosceles triangle is 16 + 16 * SqRoot2. What is the length of its hypotenuse.

I can figured out how to solve this but it took me 7 mins!!:
If 5^21 * 4^11 = 2 * 10^n. What is n?

As for my verbal skills I got 12 out of the first 15 questions correct on the Gmat Prep 1 test but it took me over half an hour to finish just 15 questions!! The remaining questions I was not unable to carry out proper analysis for SC and CR nor did I have time to read RC questions properly, and got most questions wrong, wrong wrong, wrong…..
I am not a native English speaker and is a slow reader averaging 150words per min to read and understand a passage that is not too convoluted or filled with technical terms

Anyone with rescue tips or advise for me (BB would you be able to advise?
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2009, 16:43
I am following this study plan closely and I have few questions regarding to the statements below.

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* After you are done with the math section - start taking the math portion of the tests you have.
* Evaluate results and decided if you need to spend more time in Math and patch up certain weak areas or move on to Verbal. This decision will be based on your target GMAT score. If you are looking for high 600's and 700's, I would not move past Quant unless I was able to score around Q44 (again Kaplan tests excluded as they are much harder)


Does that mean the CAT test for quant section? What about the non-CAT tests?

I assume you should take all the non-CAT tests for math practices and then take the CAT ones for evaluations. You will then be left with verbal portion of the CATs.

After you are done studying verbal, you would then take the verbal portion of CAT which you skipped while studying math.

Finally, you will be doing CAT tests with full length (include AWA) and reviewing error logs.

Which means you should not take all the CAT when you are studying for math/verbal otherwise you would not have any tests left for full length practices?

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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2009, 18:01
Any suggestions guys? I am looking at bb 8-)

In addition, when is the best time to start using the OG? Should you be doing all OG12 math section and OG Quant after you finished studying Kaplan strategies but before taking the tests (GMAT prep, Kaplan, Priceton... etc)?

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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2009, 21:23
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There are plenty of tests - you can take any non-GMAT Prep test and do only the Math/Verbal section - you only need 2-3 of them, max.

In terms of OG 12, you can do it in parallel if using the MGMAT books or if not, you can also use gmat-club-guide-to-the-gmat-official-guide-12th-ed-85956.html to find target practice problems or you are welcome to leave it for after the practice.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2009, 23:25
bb wrote:
There are plenty of tests - you can take any non-GMAT Prep test and do only the Math/Verbal section - you only need 2-3 of them, max.

In terms of OG 12, you can do it in parallel if using the MGMAT books or if not, you can also use gmat-club-guide-to-the-gmat-official-guide-12th-ed-85956.html to find target practice problems or you are welcome to leave it for after the practice.

Make sure you use an Error Log/GMAT Timer to stay on track.


Thank you for the quick response and links. I already have my error log set up. Regarding GMAT timer, I am under the impression that you should use it for tests only. When you are doing practice problems (MGMAT, OG, Kaplan), it would be better to try think through and solve it rather than being unsure and guess due to time constraints. Is that a correct understanding or should I develop the habit of solving everything under 2 min even in practice problems?
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2009, 07:41
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There are plenty of tests - you can take any non-GMAT Prep test and do only the Math/Verbal section - you only need 2-3 of them, max.

In terms of OG 12, you can do it in parallel if using the MGMAT books or if not, you can also use gmat-club-guide-to-the-gmat-official-guide-12th-ed-85956.html to find target practice problems or you are welcome to leave it for after the practice.

Make sure you use an Error Log/GMAT Timer to stay on track.


Thank you for the quick response and links. I already have my error log set up. Regarding GMAT timer, I am under the impression that you should use it for tests only. When you are doing practice problems (MGMAT, OG, Kaplan), it would be better to try think through and solve it rather than being unsure and guess due to time constraints. Is that a correct understanding or should I develop the habit of solving everything under 2 min even in practice problems?


This is the way I'm doing because I'm still in the process of learning.
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Thank you for the quick response and links. I already have my error log set up. Regarding GMAT timer, I am under the impression that you should use it for tests only. When you are doing practice problems (MGMAT, OG, Kaplan), it would be better to try think through and solve it rather than being unsure and guess due to time constraints. Is that a correct understanding or should I develop the habit of solving everything under 2 min even in practice problems?


That would be a BIG mistake. Kind of like invading Russia in winter after training in the Caribbean.
Instead of taking 2 mins per question, would suggest you set a general timeline (20 mins if you have 10 questions or 30 mins if you have 15) and work with that.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2009, 08:53
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It may, depending on your Math/Verbal splits right now.
Make sure you follow all of the MGMAT/PowerScore strategies you picked up exactly as they are written and keep an error log - that will be your indicator of performance. Save any questions you are unsure about or made a mistake in. Then re-take them later (solve or possibly answer without answer choices visible if you remember them).
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 02 Dec 2009, 09:29
Thnx a lot for your guidance. I have downloaded the error logs from GMAT club
and will start to keep a track of my common mistakes going forward.

Do you have any others inputs for free online reference material for RC improvement as that is my weak area ?


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Thnx a lot for your guidance. I have downloaded the error logs from GMAT club
and will start to keep a track of my common mistakes going forward.

Do you have any others inputs for free online reference material for RC improvement as that is my weak area ?


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My main suggestion for RC is GMAT Fiction as well as this post: gmat-club-s-reading-comprehension-strategy-guide-83101.html
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2009, 09:00
I like the part about "Step 4: Figure out your weaknesses". I was working on my weaknesses which is SC. I brought a book, and worked on SC. I had improved 40 points by doing that.... take my weakest part and bring it up to par.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2009, 14:36
Hi BB, Hi everyone

I just joined a few days ago, after reading your reviews of the Official Guide for GMAT on Amazon. I’ve just found this Plan for GMAT novices and I think is extremely useful to me.

I’m not a native speaker and actually I’m taking six months off in order to improve my English profiency in a English-speaker country (stuying in a English Language School). I would like to start to study for GMAT at the same time so I can take advantage I’m a student again.

I’m planing to take GMAT in 4 months and I already bought some of the books you’ve recommended:
1. OG12
2. OG for GMAT Verbal Review 2nd Ed.
3. OG for GMAT Quantitative Review 2nd Ed.
4. Kaplan GMAT 2010 Premiere Live Online
5. MGMAT Prep Guides - CR
6. MGMAT Prep Guides - RC
7. MGMAT Prep Guides – SC
8. Ace the GMAT (my personal decision based on Amazon reviews).

I’m planning to stick to your study plan for novices. However, I was wondering, why there is no reference to neither OG12 nor OG Verbal nor OG Grammar in the novices guide. Do you recommend study from OG12 or OG Verbal or OG Grammar? If you do, When is the best moment to study from these books? Do you recommend to study before Kaplan Premiere or after?

In addition, What do you think about Ace the GMAT? Do you think is a good GMAT prep Book?.

Finally, I think this site is amazing, any suggestions to take advantage of it at maximum?, Thank you so much for your help.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2009, 20:14
great info on this string - I am just starting with my gmat study plan, and I'd like to write my GMAT within a month. I'm not currently working so I'll have time to focus and maybe condense the 3 month plan. I haven't seen much posted about tighter timelines and any experiences people have had going full-time studying on this.

The reason I want to do this is to complete my GMAT before the next round of apps are due (early/mid January) here in Canada. According to another posting I read it takes upto 20 days to for scores to reach b-schools. Those who have done apps, do you know if it's necessary for schools to have the scores in hand with the apps, or if writing it prior to the due date suffices.

Any suggestions/comments would be much appreciated.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 10 Dec 2009, 08:40
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I like the 3 month study plan you posted. Only thing is I have 2 months and a half to prepare for the test. I was thinking Going first and second month as outlined in your study plan, and go two weeks for the last portion. Just want to know what do you think regarding this.

Also, how many hours per day would you recommend (Weekends also?). I got the time since I am not currently working, however I do not want to burn out before te test. My first real GMAT test was terrible, Quant section very bad.
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You can make it in 2.5 months.
The thought is that you can dedicate 1-2 hrs a day or (1.5) but quality hours. That's not all you should be spending, however. Read books if you need to improve Verbal. If you don't, then solve some math riddles/questions when you have downtime or late at night.


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I like the 3 month study plan you posted. Only thing is I have 2 months and a half to prepare for the test. I was thinking Going first and second month as outlined in your study plan, and go two weeks for the last portion. Just want to know what do you think regarding this.

Also, how many hours per day would you recommend (Weekends also?). I got the time since I am not currently working, however I do not want to burn out before te test. My first real GMAT test was terrible, Quant section very bad.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan for GMAT Novices - Start your GMAT Journey [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2009, 06:09
Hello,

I just start this week my preparation for the GMAT, I have never take the test.

I ordered the following books and should get them early january 2010:

--> GMAT Verbal Review: The Official Guide
--> The Official Guide for GMAT Review
--> GMAT Quantitative Review

Should I purchase any other book to complete this list? If yes which one(s)?

I must admit I am a bit confused by all the book peope are using.

I am aiming to pass the test on end of march and would like to score 750.

Thanks in advance!
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