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How do you balance between a full time job and studying? [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2013, 09:52
I currently work full time and I will start my Princeton Review's GMAT prep course next Monday(6/24/2013). I am equally excited and nervous about this because I know once the class starts I need to be studying every single day. I just wanted to ask everybody out there who has a full time job and are studying for the GMAT what your suggestions and advises are on balancing your life. How many hours do you study a day, a week?

Thank you so much in advance for your tips! :-D
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Re: How do you balance between a full time job and studying? [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2013, 19:40
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I currently work full time and I will start my Princeton Review's GMAT prep course next Monday(6/24/2013). I am equally excited and nervous about this because I know once the class starts I need to be studying every single day. I just wanted to ask everybody out there who has a full time job and are studying for the GMAT what your suggestions and advises are on balancing your life. How many hours do you study a day, a week?

Thank you so much in advance for your tips! :-D


The time you need to put in depends on many things e.g. your current level, your GMAT date, your target score etc. Generally speaking, if you can put 2 hrs every week day and 6-7 hrs over the weekend, things should work out for you. Most people prepare for GMAT while working full time - there is nothing to be nervous about.
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