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MGMAT CAT Exam #1 (FREE) [#permalink] New post 19 Jun 2014, 08:08
Dear All,

I have been familiarizing myself with GMAT since last 1 week. Reading the advise on this forum I thought I will begin by taking a Free Test on MGMAT.

My score is as follows:
Quant 42 (54%)
Verbal 32 (65%)
Total 600 (62%)

Any comments on how much I need to study to be able to get 700+ and whether historically candidates have been able to improve from 600 to 700 with reasonable effort?

I am going to start prep from tomorrow, time to grab some beer.

Thanks :)
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Re: MGMAT CAT Exam #1 (FREE) [#permalink] New post 19 Jun 2014, 08:47
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Hi sushi86,

Yes, historically many people improve from 600 to 700 with reasonable effort. Just take a look at our homepage to see how others have progressed.

Generally a 1-1.5 month allocation with solid study time will work. 2-3 hours on weekdays and super intense weekend sessions of 8-10 hrs is what we recommend.

You can also take a practice test online here: www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-test/practice-test

We would recommend focused studying on one particular subsection before moving onto the next. This maximizes your focus and retention of the material because you don't get distracted with all the different areas of the test.
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