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Study Plan for 10 weeks [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2012, 14:18
Hello everyone,

I'm planning to take the GMAT in about 11 weeks (mid-January) and I would really appreciate some guidance as to how I should organize my time.
To give some you some context:
- I'm in my final semester of my management/ business undergrad , so I have some school work every week, and I need to have time to study for my classes as well since my finals are all in January ( I'm only taking 3 courses, though)
-I took a diagnose test at this website: and I got a 600-630 (Q 34-36, V 40-42); they say that my problem questions are PS and RC
- Some days after that I downloaded GMATPrep and took test1 and got a 570 (Q 34, V 35) but I finished each section with more than 20min left
- I am applying for pre-experience graduate programs, not MBAs. So I would be happy with a score around 700
- I only have Kaplan's GMAT Premier 2013 w/ 5 CAT

Basically I really need to improve my Quant and learn how to manage my time, using that book :( What do you suggest?
Also, should I study Quant questions some weeks and then Verbal ones some other weeks or should I study a bit of both every week?

Thank you for your time :) , sorry if I wrote too much!
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Re: Study Plan for 10 weeks [#permalink] New post 31 Oct 2012, 07:44
I would study quant and verbal concepts together, but that is just me. It really is an individual choice.

As far as timing, I would always use a stopwatch while doing practice problems. Most people spend too much time doing practice questions. Luckily for you, you need to learn to allocate your time better and take a little longer on each question. Seeing how you finished both sections on the practice test early, using a timer should be a quick fix to improving your score a bit.

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Re: Study Plan for 10 weeks   [#permalink] 31 Oct 2012, 07:44
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