Realistically speaking I think I can get around 670-680, I have never reached 700 and at this point it looks very difficult. I saw BB's post - gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html about the GMAT study plan , and I wish I had seen it earlier.
Is there any plan I could follow if I push back the date by a month? I can easily put in 5, 6 hours of intense study everyday. I have done the following till date:
1. Solved all OG
2. Thorough with Math concepts [Solved and reviewed all of Manhattan books
3. Gone through Verbal SC Manhattan twice [I do well in SC now, but not so well on CR]
4. Taken 5 full length tests [2 GMat prep, 3 Manhattan]
The basic routine I follow is to solve a full length test, review the mistakes, keep an error log
. Brush up on concepts which need attention , and then repeat!
I have observed that if I solve without time restrictions, I usually get everything right...even very difficult problems. But I am somehow not able to manage time on the test. I am always running behind, left with 10 sums in the last 10 mins. I spend a lot of time on the first 15 sums, thinking it will improve my score.