Just wanted to give my introductions and say thank you all for providing such a rich resource of knowledge and quality community feel here. I am currently in the military and am going to be using my upcoming deployment to study for the GMAT. With what I do, it shouldn't be a problem to study/read/etc anywhere from 2-4 hours per day so looking at putting in around 180-200 cumulative hours. I am going to utilize Manhattan GMAT
study guides as well as the 3 official guides. I have yet to take the practice tests, but my goal is a 700+ score. I also plan on using my time to shop around for B schools. Currently I have my eyes on Oklahoma State University. While this might sound cheap, I am looking for a school that my military tuition assistance covers 100% and, has no physical attendance requirement (a week or two week senior capstone would perhaps be acceptable). Well thank you all again for the this great community I look forward to the challenges that await and hopefully getting to know you all better.