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I'm back and ready to tackle the GMAT challenge again after a gap of six months. Just to recap here's my story, I have given the GMAT once and got a 530, the kicker is that I studied for over 4 months, studied almost 3-4 hours everyday ( I also have a full time job) plus am married. I used manhattan ( all of the books) and did their diagnostics a lot of times and scored on average between 630 and 660. When I Did the diagnostic GMAT from the GMAT app I got 610 and 630, but don't know what actually happened in the real test. But now I'm back to tackle it again, in case of any suggestions do feel free to let me know.
Welcome back - good luck! Make sure you spend a few months but few very intense months (not leisurely). I think intensity and desire to know everything is the key. You must hate/love GMAT to the extent that you wanted to know every little detail about it.