You may follow the list below:
- If you believe in target based studies, set a target date for GMAT.
- Use the Official guide 12th
ed. For more practice questions use the OG Verbal
review and Quant review - both 2nd Ed .
- Use Manhattan material for Sentence Correction, am sure you have 6 MGMAT CATs, these CATs are very useful. Start writing CATs only after you have completed the entire course.
- For CR buy Powerscore Bible.
- For Quant just brush up your basics and practice as much as possible, keep a track of your mistakes and put in effort to ensure you do not repeat the same mistakes.
- For verbal, the books suggested above will help you build the foundation and master the techniques.
- Keep the mba.com CATs for the end they are the closest to real GMAT so take them a week or 10 days before the real thing and mark you weak areas.
- If you need classroom assistance, join Manhattan courses.
About how to start:
For Quant - take one chapter at a time from the OG and make notes.
For verbal - same thing study and make notes one chapter at a time. Do remember verbal is the percentile enhancer in GMAT, i learnt it the hard way, spend time on mastering verbal, quant is easy to score with some practice.
I have divided my week into CR/SC/RC days and make sure i do some quant questions everyday.
Hope this helps. Happy preps and best of luck!