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Intro and Current Gameplan [#permalink] New post 11 May 2005, 16:22
Hi guys,

I am about 2 months into studying for the GMAT and not really satisfied with my scores. I plan to take the test in early August.

My approach thus far has been:

Study for 2 hours after work Mon-Fri. Saturday I give myself a full length practice test and Sunday I review all the questions whether wrong or right.

I have an error log for verbal and math of all concepts and problems I have gotten wrong. In addition I use the OG template found on this site to keep track of time and scoring. I review all problems that I got wrong or took me longer then 2 minutes to solve.

In terms of material.

Started out with Princeton Review. Moved onto the Kaplan book and currenly on OG.

I have given myself both Powerprep scores before OG although I forgot to record the score I received!!!! I think it was around 590-610.

KAPLAN CAT #1 = 540 (terrible even if it is hard)
KAPLAN CAT #2 = 540 (Didnt IMPROVE!!)
Kaplan Book Full Test = 650
GMAT Paper Test #55 = 730
GMAT Paper Test #52 = 690

Anyways... I am shooting for a score between 680-700.

My hardest areas by far our Math (both DS and Problem Solving) and Sentence Correction. I hardly miss any reading comp or critical reasoning.

My new gameplan is still 2 hours M-F after work but to increase the Weekend workload. Maybe give myself a test and review it on the same day. Then on Sunday do another 4 hours of studying. Also, I plan to be very active in this forum answering lots of questions (most probably incorrectly). I think I will also start taking the challenges even if they do seem impossible.

Anyway, thats where I am at. See you around the forum and all suggestions are very appreciated.
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Intro and Current Gameplan   [#permalink] 11 May 2005, 16:22
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