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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2013, 06:36
amitsharma777 wrote:
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Your suggested plan is good. I am not able to improve my score beyond 500.
Pls advice for improvement. Is it possible to improve upto 700?


Yes its possible, study effectively,make notes, review error log, book a gmat date.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 22 Oct 2013, 20:30
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I am new to the GMAT Club but already this is turning out to be the best resource so far.

I feel Quant will be my strong area, but to begin with I want to focus on Verbal. All study plans I saw recommend starting with Quant (before Verbal). I want to know is there any specific reasoning here.

I feel, once I get Verbal under my belt, I will be much more relaxed in my preparation and hence want to start with it.

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 23 Oct 2013, 06:48
waitingadi wrote:
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I am new to the GMAT Club but already this is turning out to be the best resource so far.

I feel Quant will be my strong area, but to begin with I want to focus on Verbal. All study plans I saw recommend starting with Quant (before Verbal). I want to know is there any specific reasoning here.

I feel, once I get Verbal under my belt, I will be much more relaxed in my preparation and hence want to start with it.

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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Depends on your strength, you can start with verbal and then jump to Quant.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2013, 10:26
very helpful post

i was wondering what if one could spare more time for gmat prep ? how much will the study statergy differ ?
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2013, 05:14
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very helpful post

i was wondering what if one could spare more time for gmat prep ? how much will the study statergy differ ?


You may spend the extra time on your weakest area....Rest study plan should be same.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 20:20
Experts,

Are the books in the initial post still the best ones to use for the current GMAT?
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 20:42
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Are the books in the initial post still the best ones to use for the current GMAT?


Yes sir...! You may want to use the latest editions of some of these books and also see this.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2013, 04:27
Great study plan, I think I'll use it as a base for my preparation.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 01 Dec 2013, 09:02
Hello everyone,
I am currently working and studying simultaneously. I need to give GMAT in this month, latest by December last week. I have been preparing on and off, from last 4 months. I have sort of reached my saturation limit. Quant is not an issue. But Verbal is. I am not getting verbal more than 30. Reading comprehension is the bottleneck. Please tell me how should i go about my prep in next 15-20 days, so that i can achieve more than 35 in Verbal. Quant...i am getting more than 45 in mocks. I have given 2 mocks...
1) Princeton Mock Test 1 --- Q49 V28 Score 630
2) Princeton Mock Test 2 --- Q44 V27 Score 580

Guys my target is 700+. I am rilly disappointed with the scores. In Verbal, timing is another issue. I am not able to finish my questions. Always lagging by 3-5 Questions. In both the mocks, i was targetting 700+ but finally achieved this.
Please tell me how to go about in the next 2 weeks...given that i can study only 4 hours a day(excluding sundays).

I would really appreciate a quick reply.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2013, 06:30
Thank you for sharing this study plan, I'm done printing on this, this is very useful to my sister.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2013, 19:32
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Hello everyone,
I am currently working and studying simultaneously. I need to give GMAT in this month, latest by December last week. I have been preparing on and off, from last 4 months. I have sort of reached my saturation limit. Quant is not an issue. But Verbal is. I am not getting verbal more than 30. Reading comprehension is the bottleneck. Please tell me how should i go about my prep in next 15-20 days, so that i can achieve more than 35 in Verbal. Quant...i am getting more than 45 in mocks. I have given 2 mocks...
1) Princeton Mock Test 1 --- Q49 V28 Score 630
2) Princeton Mock Test 2 --- Q44 V27 Score 580

Guys my target is 700+. I am rilly disappointed with the scores. In Verbal, timing is another issue. I am not able to finish my questions. Always lagging by 3-5 Questions. In both the mocks, i was targetting 700+ but finally achieved this.
Please tell me how to go about in the next 2 weeks...given that i can study only 4 hours a day(excluding sundays).

I would really appreciate a quick reply.

Thank You.


check this out how-to-improve-verbal-from-v30-to-v40-142361.html
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 10 Dec 2013, 23:32
Hello!
Today is 11th December and my scheduled date for my GMAT is on 9th January.
My practice test score was 670. My preparation is low. and I am aiming for 720+.
Can anyone please advise me on how i should study? There is no limitations on the number of hours to study as I have taken a vacation.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2013, 02:45
Hello All,

I have been averaging between 480-500 in my practice test scores. Scoring about 35 in Quant. My problems are:
A) I tend to forget the math concepts I learn very quickly. For example, If I complete Number Thoery, Arithmetic, Algebra and Word Problems and then move on to Verbal, when I come back to Quant, I forget all that I had studied and have to begin afresh. This has happened 2-3 times and now I am frustrated with this cycle.

How should I approach my studies, my gmat is in 6 weeks. And I am hoping to score over 670.

Thanks for your help.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2013, 06:23
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Great discussion. Often at Economist GMAT Tutor, we get questions about how often and for how long students should study.

While each student’s needs are different, the Economist GMAT Tutor course generally takes between 80-120 hours to complete, which is our recommendation for the number of hours a student should study. This allows you enough time to answer most of our 5,000 practice questions, as well as take a few sim tests and tutor sessions.

In terms of how many hours per day to study, you should look at how much time you have available versus the hours recommended above. We suggest that you study for at least 1.5 hours per weekday and 4+ hours on weekend days (assuming you have a traditional work-week schedule). You should also pay attention to your personal needs. For example, if you find that 4 hours of study is too much and you are not absorbing information, then reduce the number of hours you study at one time. It would be counterproductive to continue studying if you’re too exhausted.

If you want to check out a full article on this subject, visit our blog: http://gmat.economist.com/blog/test-tak ... study-gmat

I am also happy to answer any questions you may have!

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My two cents:

I started some light studying at the beginning of this year (January 2013) and really kicked it into overdrive for the last two months before my test date on September 24th. Here's what I learned and what I wish I had done earlier.

1) In my experience, I found Peterson's guide (maroon and gold) to be almost useless, aside from the math review section.

2) Similarly, I found the Manhattan GMAT Verbal books (IR, SC, CR, Essay) absolutely invaluable. Although I suspect their strategies might be a little too rigid and inflexible, their thought process is truly remarkable. I found that underlining specific sections & paragraphs, then rereading those same highlighted sections every night to be very helpful to me.

3) The official GMAT problems are great practice, even more so when you force yourself to fight the clock.

4) What I wish I had done differently: learn the material, but remember that you're learning the material to be able to apply it to the test under timed conditions. I think I spent too much time focusing on mastering the material rather than practicing taking the test. I truly believe that if you first study any rusty material, then practice timed problems every day for several weeks in a row, you'll be just fine.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2013, 21:32
i am new in this forum. i plan to study GMAT and cherish to obtain 700 plus. i need help from GMAT experts have given the test. as GMAT novice from where should i start and which books you could recommend. besides, i am not good at math.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2013, 07:12
Question: You say start taking full length tests of for the math portion after the first month? If you have the Manhattan CATs should you use these, or should you save them for the end? Also, how do you see your math score without taking the full exam? Thanks.
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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2014, 05:12
Hi BB,

I have just restarted my GMAT prep after a break of 1 year (since i last appeared for GMAT ..scored 580). I dont seem to get ahead in that i dont have a study plan which seem to help my cause. I have the whole gamut of Manhattan guides (1-8) and OG 12 and 13 along with other training provider GMAT material. What i am interested in knowing is

1. Whats the best way to improve on my verbal (non native English speaker)
2. Also on Quant (scored 42 in previous attempt)
2. Is "Gmat Pill" study provider a good option to go with considering the material i am currently referring to (listed above).

Also if you can suggest what should be the best study approach in my case as i am planning to devote 3 months before i retake the exam again. I am targeting 750+ score and willing to spend 4 hours every day (along with my day job). Would really appreciate your help with this.

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Re: GMAT Study Plan - How to Start your GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2014, 08:48
Hello all,

I am new to the forum and would like to hear your opinions on my particular case. I'm from Colombia, with 5 years of experience in sales positions in the IT/Telecom industry.

I just registered for the GMAT: April 15th. I've been studying for over a month and have done several CATs with a good improvement in scores, from a dissapointing 440 (Q29, V21) in my first practice test to 600 (Q45, V28) in the last one. Nevermind, I'm still behind my target score of above 650. My trend has always been higher quant scores than verbal. I'm planning the following:

- Focusing on MGMAT verbal guides, daily basis
- 2 hours of daily practice questions (OG, GMAT Club question banks)
- 1 CAT every saturday (a total of 9 before the real GMAT)

I would appreciate any suggestions on my study plan, given that I have 2 months left.

Best regards,

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i have read all your tips and steps you share ... well its great and i probably change my decision about planning about previouse planning..!
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