I'm the next of the long list of people, who would like to sit for the TOEFL and GMAT until June. It was July-August last year that I decided to take this step to be admitted at one of the top university (MsC) in Europe/USA. Background:
Italian guy, non-native speaker, with a good level of English but with some lacks in grammar and vocabulary. My aim is to reach 100-110 points with TOEFL. BA in Comunication, MA in Marketing and Communications. I suppose Quant and Verbal will be equally weak, but maybe Quant is a little bit weaker than verbal.Target score:
I've started officially yesterday preparing on TOEFL. My study plan is structured on 8 weeks, so I'm going to take the exam in the beginning of 2013. Today I have started also my GMAT preparation, reviewing ONLY the basis (MGMAT foundations
) to be prepared to follow a good study plan of 5 months when most of the TOEFL plan will be over. I want to apply for 2013 or 2014 class for an MsC in Management or Marketing Management. I will be able to dedicate at least the weekends and most of the weekdays: about 5 hours on the weekends, and around 3-4 hours per day during the week. Concerning my goal - well, I would be somewhat happy to score above 650, but honestly, my real goal is somewhere 700 and above.My strategy about TOEFL and GMAT enclosed.
What do you think about this plans? Advices? Changes to do?
The Journey, my long journey towards my dream is started finally. Give me best luck and follow my improvements.
Thank you in advance for your help guys!
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