I did a GMATprep test and scored 540(Q32, V31), this was without ever seeing a GMAT before and with zero studying.
This made me feel that i can reach a score of 660+ with a bit of preparation, I have 3-3½ months to go before the big day and I have already begun working with the manhattan series.
My plan is something like this: go through all the manhattan books
, then start with the OG and see what I do wrong and then look through the manhattan book for those problems again to make sure i really learn how to do it right. Maybe I'll do some full practie-tests once a month to see if I'm making any progress.
What I would really appreciate is some input on how to get to the 660+, what can I do more than what I have mentioned?
My aim is to study 1-2hours a day during the week and more during the weekends, does this sound resonable?
Any input is valued, I'm reading everywhere to get some meat on my bones but this is a great way to get answers from "real people".
Did my second mock-test today and scored a 690 (Q46, V38)! And I have still over 2 months to go and haven't studied any verbal yet.
I think my next step will be to go through my error-log and really understand those. Then go for a bit verbal in 2 weeks.
Feel free to ask anything, and all advice and pointers are greatly appreciated!