Getting from 430 to 700 is a massive improvement - probably too much to ask in only 30 days. Less than 10% of test takers get a 700 score and people work very hard to achieve that score. If you want a 700, you are going to have to put forth enough effort to achieve that goal.
I suggest that if you really need a 700 you need to give yourself much more time to study. Whether you take a course or self-study, you will need at least 4-6 months to make that kind of improvement.
If you only have 30 days to study, you probably need to reset your score expectations.
Sorry if that isn't the news you wanted. I would be happy to provide some guidance on your plan - are you shooting for a 700 regardless of how long it takes, or do you have to take the GMAT in the next 30 days?
Kyle Widdison | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | Utah
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