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Now over a month to get from 600 to 700! Study plan? [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 12:52
Hi all, I ended up pushing my test date back to September 24. Now, I only have one chance, but I feel 100 times better. All I need is a solid study plan to get me to a 700. Any suggestions for someone like me who is weak in math and decent in verbal? I already took the MGMAT class and have been over the guides many times, and am now working on the question banks in my weak areas and taking MGMAT CAT exams but am not seeing much improvement. I review the problems, and then try to redo them after a break and it's like I never even saw the problem before!What do I need to do to get up to a 700? I am even paying for a tutor who reviews problems with me... Are there solid study plans out there?

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 16:57
If I was a betting man (which I am) I'd take the under.

600 -> 700 is a BIG leap in core knowledge and application of that knowledge. two weeks is not enough time unless you quit your job and have a tutor, IMO.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 18:35
hrm... not sure if you can do it in 2 weeks, unless you do problems every day and really learn the math. If you're not in a rush to apply, I would take it just to see. But if you are applying R1 and want to save money, I would probably postpone it until you can get better at the practice CATs. When you can get 670+ on MGMAT or 700+ on GMATPrep, you're ready.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2007, 08:39
Thanks for the advice...I meant to post a reply here the first time-oops. I have since decided to push back the test, but need some help deciding how far to push it back. I work full-time, easy job, but am wondering how much time I should realistically give myself to get to a 700? Three weeks? Another month? How many hours per day- I'm shooting for 4 during the week and more on the weekends.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2007, 23:04
If you're going to postpone for more than 1 month, then you might as well just take it as originally scheduled. The only reason to postpone would be to push it back for less than 31 days (since GMAC only lets you take the test once every 31 days). There's no harm in taking it now to get a feel of the test and experimenting with how you do, and then retaking it 31 days later if you don't like your results. That is... unless $250 is really hard for you to come by, then I'd understand.
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