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Need help for last 2 weeks preparation [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2012, 12:32
Hello experts,

My exam date is 17th April (2weeks to go). I wanted some advise on how to solidify what I have learnt so far. So far I have taken all Kaplan and MGMAT tests and scored consistently above 750. I am pretty confident is quant, so relatively verbal is my weak area. I am aiming for 770+ score. In order to do that I need to score 99 percentile on verbal.

I am at the same level in SC, CR and RC. My plan is to do LSAT CR and LSAT RC one day and next day do a bunch of SCs and 1 GMATCLUB test. I have exhausted all OG, MGMAT and KAPLAN books. So for SC I just want to review old questions and really understand the concepts in each question. This way I will review my mistakes and also solidify the concepts. I plan to review about 250 SC in total. Do you think this is good enough for SC?

I choose LSAT CR and RC as they are the toughest and will improve my stamina in dealing with hard verbal questions. Can you suggest any improvements or corrections?

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Re: Need help for last 2 weeks preparation [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2012, 09:22
Take a look here: all-april-2012-gmat-test-takers-129457.html to get some support from your fellow April GMAT test takers.

Also, my advice is to really stay with studying GMAT prep material if you can. That material will be best suited to help you prepare for the GMAT test.

It sounds to me like you are really ahead of the curve, and have quite a strong study plan. Stay on it, and make sure to master every concept and question you come across. That is the only way you will hit your goal of 770! Good luck
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