To begin with, this forum is just phenomenal! I have been browsing two days and it is mind boggling how much this community has to offer. It is by far one of the best forums I have come across and I'm so glad I found this as I prepare for the GMAT.
So... I have a little bit over 5 weeks to study for the GMAT.
The following is the "discovery/diagnostic" process before I create my study plan and I was curious as to what you guys thought:
1 - Go over the 90 free questions on GMATPrep Software
2 - Take GMAT Club diagnostic Test
3 - Take Kaplan
2010 practice test online (I got Kaplan
's GMAT 2010 edition from a friend)
4 - Take one of the practice exams on the GMATPrep software
5 - Review strengths and weaknesses and analyse error logs
6 - Create 5 week study plan.
My goal: get all this done by 11/4/12.
On average, I plan to study 20 hrs+ per week.
I was thinking about purchasing the latest MGMAT Complete Strategy Guide and OG GMAT Review. That will give me 8 computer adaptive tests. But overall, I'm afraid I might not have enough time to study all the material...
So, what do you guys think? Any suggestions or tips?
And thanks in advance. Seriously, I can't stress enough how appreciative I am of having this forum in my arsenal of resources to help me prepare.