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# 370! Help!

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30 Sep 2017, 07:52
I just took my first mock today and scored a 370, q28, v15, ir3. Kindly let me know how can I reach to 700 before Dec. I solved foundation math of Manhattan, prior to taking the test. What materials should I refer, what strategies should I follow, how much time to distribute to each section? Kindly HELP!
TIA!
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30 Sep 2017, 10:30
Hi,

Not to discourage you, but a 370 to 700 within such short span is very challenging.
You need to strengthen your fundamentals. Go through GMAT club Math and grammar books.
I am currently using MGMAT strategy guides and can vouch for it. Take CAT at regular intervals throughout the prep.
and revolve your preparation around OGs and materials from mba.com
Go through the success stories in the forum and you will get a fair idea. With right effort and preparation everything is possible
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30 Sep 2017, 13:36
Apppyyyiiieee wrote:
I just took my first mock today and scored a 370, q28, v15, ir3. Kindly let me know how can I reach to 700 before Dec. I solved foundation math of Manhattan, prior to taking the test. What materials should I refer, what strategies should I follow, how much time to distribute to each section? Kindly HELP!
TIA!

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30 Sep 2017, 18:18
Hi Apppyyyiiieee,

Many Test Takers are unhappy with their initial CAT scores, but you really shouldn't be. That score is just a measure of your skills right now - and you'll improve those skills (and scores) as learn about the content and practice proper Tactics and note-taking. That having been said, Raising a 370 to a 700+ will be a serious challenge - and you will likely need at least 3 months (or more) of consistent, guided study to get to that level (and you'll have to make significant improvements to how you handle BOTH the Quant and Verbal sections). Depending on the Schools that you plan to apply to, it's possible that you won't necessarily need a score that high, but you would have to go over your overall application with an Admissions Expert to be sure. There's a forum full of those Experts here:

Given this current score and your score goal, you would likely find it beneficial to invest in a GMAT Course of some type (either Guided Self-Study or instructor-led).

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01 Oct 2017, 17:31
aayushamj wrote:
Apppyyyiiieee wrote:
I just took my first mock today and scored a 370, q28, v15, ir3. Kindly let me know how can I reach to 700 before Dec. I solved foundation math of Manhattan, prior to taking the test. What materials should I refer, what strategies should I follow, how much time to distribute to each section? Kindly HELP!
TIA!

Nothing is impossible.
I have a study plan on my website.
If you can give 60 days, try it out.
https://ayakconsultancy.wordpress.com/demo-study-plan/

If you need furthur help, you can get in touch with me on +91945412028

Thanx.
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03 Oct 2017, 20:17
Well,
I think a long preparation and making sure you understand all concepts and every one of them.
It seems that on both Q and V you need to work a lot.
So reading the concept and doing a lot of practice will bring everything to life for you.

As you perfect your understanding, you will realize your strength and weak areas letting you to work on perfecting your strength first and improving your weakness.

For the verbal, i have one suggestion and that is only and only work off of official materials and respectable sources such as LSAT for RC and CR.

Your choice of Preparatory courses is up to you. Do your search and go for one and stick to you. Do not try to jump off many courses. At the end of the day, all teach one thing: GMAT.
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