Okay, let's consider me a new born baby to a matured exam like GMAT. I will try to update my weekly progress in a form of progress report. I planned my study schedule but the likelihood of that planning is not that up to the mark level. My major weakness? "frustration+inconsistency" with the study. I have wasted 1 month doing nothing or little learning. However I'm trying to pull me into the game.
1. Manhattan GMAT
8 Strategy Guides-4th Edition (Will not follow RC & CR from that)
2. OG 12
& 13th Edition
3. Powerscore CR
4. GMAT Club Math Book (If time permits)
5. Powerscore Verbal Bible
(If time permits)
6. Manhattan IR Guide-5th Edition
July month progress:
*CR all chapters finished except numbers and percentages. Practiced the diagnostic test of CR from that. Out of 15 Questions I have corrected 7 of them. 2 were silly mistakes. I knew it would be the answer but later changed it. (Somebody please let me know if the diagnostic test are comprised of difficult answers). Some questions went over my head.
* Finished Manhattan number properties
without trying advanced & DS. Will do later. But finished all the related maths from OG 12
Quantitative review 2nd edition with an accuracy of 69.4%
*Finished Decimals, Fractions understanding a major weakness in decimals or both. On July 31th I will try to finish percentage & FDP chapters.
August Month Target : To Finish Sentence Correction + Practice CR from OGs and To finish At least 2 Books On Equations and Inequalities from Manhattan.
September Usually my exam date. But if my progress is going slow, i will change it.
PS: I have only given the IR section without knowing or studying it. And scored 4. My target it to reach 6. Don't want to get 8/8 or something like that. I know I can't and I don't need.
Rest of the time? Well facebooking(Eating up chunk of time. Gosh. I need to De-activate it). And Assassin's Creed
. I need to play games when I go for major battle, it keeps me motivated