I took the same course, you don't really need to do anything before the class actually begins. You'll need to ideally put in about 6-8 hours every week to catch up with class- and homework once the course begins, especially if you plan on taking the GMAT within a week or two after finishing your class.
OK so I am starting my process of studying for the GMAT. There is a course that begins in mid-February and I was planning to begin with some light studying up until the course. Then I would go full speed once the 9 week course begins and take the test afterwards. I hope that will give me enough studying while not burning myself out.
What I am wondering is, how prepared does one have to be when entering a prep course? (I was looking into the Manhattan GMAT
) I’m not sure how the pace of the prep courses work, is it full speed starting class 1 and will be very easy to fall behind or do they start from the beginning as if you have not done any other preparation?