I guess my proficiency level goes with my last score in GMAT 620, Q45, V30. And i was super cool during that test.
I can give 3 or 4 hours per day on average. And my target score is 700.
FYI, i couldn't manage MGMAT guides
in last time i took GMAT. This time i have started to go through those books, but they are taking a hell lot of time. Besides, i have OG12
So, what do you advise?
Having finished MGMAT Guides
, I can tell you that these books will BUILD YOUR FUNDAMENTALS that are very essential to do well on the GMAT. These guides take time but then again, that's the whole point! You should spend the maximum amount of time on your fundamentals. Instead of practising 500 questions, spend the same time going through the books, perhaps twice.
So finish off those books. Then practice timed chunks of questions in OG 12
. Practice, say for example, 20 problems with 30 minutes on the clock. That is how you train your mind for the GMAT.
I see you have taken the GMAT, perhaps there might be some apparent holes in your skill that we might fill to get you that score you desire. So post the areas that you feel you are weak on!
GMAT done - a mediocre score but I still have a lot of grit in me
The last 20 days of my GMAT journey