Preparing for the GMAT in two weeks or less is not ideal. A miniscule percentage of people can study for such a short amount of time and achieve a score that meets business school requirements. Most students spend months preparing for the test.
With such a short amount of time, there is not much that you can do to improve your reading comprehension or critical reasoning. The math facts you know now will probably remain unchanged until the test. What you have in terms of knowledge and skill will remain fairly constant. But there is something that you can change and learn before the test—the ins and outs of the test itself. Let’s see what we can do.
Follow the link to learn how to spend your final week before taking the GMAT. Maximize your time and potential so that you can score as high as possible on test day. http://magoosh.com/gmat/2014/last-minute-gmat-advice/
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