[quote="sandre89"]I took the gmat yesterday and scored a dismal 600 (39Q, 32V). I am by no means trying to get into a top 10 school. Im primarily trying to get into Robert H. Smith( university of maryland) and Georgetown. The average Gmat for these schools tend to fall in the mid-600s. I need some advice and tips on the best way to allocate my study time over the next 5 weeks. I plan on retaking the test early january to meet my deadlines. While I'm aiming for a 700+ score, I would be completely be satisfied with at least a 670.
I also wanted to note that I took the test 1 week after completing a Manhattan GMAT
For some reference: I am an african american male who will have 3 years of professional consulting experience at a big 4 consulting firm by fall 2014. I have received a number of performance rewards from my company and have strong ECs as it is a job requirement.
Timing was not really an issue for me on the test as I was a able to finish all sections of the test with time to spare.
Any advice on study habits or tools I should take advantage of to boost my score by at least 70 points??
Good advice about preparation but it is not possible for all i think the better way is regular self study... by this you can scored more then 70 point in this exam..i also suggest you to solve previous year ques. paper it is increase your study level..