I'd recommend you start reviewing/studying the concepts from MGMAT books
prior to hitting the OG material to ensure a solid foundation. But, if you are comfotable with the math/verbal topics that are tested, dive into OG right away.
Good luck prepping.
Thanks for the replies!
I really appreciate it.
I don't think I am comfortable with the topics tested. So, I will follow your advice and do the MGMAT books
I have another question: I already purchased the OG Quant
and OG Verbal
. I thought the OG Review Guide maybe didn't have that many more questions, but I was wrong... so I will be getting that too.Which is better to start with? OG Review? or OG Quant + OG Verbal?
I have 12-13 weeks to study... I wouldn't mind extending it to 16, but I would really like to take the test October 11.
Would you be willing to evaluate this (tentative) study schedule? Week 1
- Gmat for dummies (I unfortunately purchased this book before finding this website. It's wordy and kind of annoying, but I'm just using it this week)
Diagnostic TestWeek 2
- MGMAT QuantWeek 3
- MGMAT QuantWeek 4
- Mgmat books
for math + VerbalWeek 5
- OG QuantWeek 6
- OG Review (orange)Practice TestWeek 7
- Verbal (using notesfound on this site and esnips) + OG VerbalWeek 8
- verbal (using notes found on this site and esnips) – while still doing quant problems in OG Review (Orange) + OG VerbalPractice Test
Week 9- Study OG Orange book + GMAT Challenges + Test
Week 10-Study OG Orange book + GMAT Challenges + Test
Week 11-Study OG Orange book + GMAT Challenges + Test
Week 12-Study OG Orange book + GMAT Challenges + Test
Week 13- (3 days) Go over problem areas + Test. Relax. Take GMAT...