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I'd say that I'm in the 550 range right now, however, I want to score 650 on the GMAT. Have completed the OG along with the separate books for Verbal and Quant, please suggest FREE or maybe FREE TRIAL resources that would help me achieve that score of 650, I sit for my exam next month i.e December so please suggest accordingly.
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I'd say that I'm in the 550 range right now, however, I want to score 650 on the GMAT. Have completed the OG along with the separate books for Verbal and Quant, please suggest FREE or maybe FREE TRIAL resources that would help me achieve that score of 650, I sit for my exam next month i.e December so please suggest accordingly.


Hi Shbm,

You try out free access to EmpowerGMAT, Magoosh and E-gmat and TTP as they have great reviews on GMATCLUB. Also I would recommend that you visit this link https://gmatclub.com/marketplace/free-stuff?fl=menu. I am sure you will find it helpful.

Further I would also highly recommend that you watch Ron Purewal's videos. They are the best free resources available for GMAT. You can find them here. https://gmatclub.com/forum/manhattan-s- ... 23612.html.

Hope this helps. All the best!
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Hi! What have your sectional splits been and which areas do you consider your areas of weakness?
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Hi! What have your sectional splits been and which areas do you consider your areas of weakness?



I'll say my weak areas are probability, combinations & everything related to geometry. Can you help? Don't have any sectional spilts at hand right now.
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New post 06 Nov 2018, 20:17
Hi Shbm,

As rohan2345 mentioned, you could use the TTP course for 5 days, as we do offer a free trial through GMAT Club. That being said, since your current score is 550, it’s clear that you lack the GMAT quant and verbal fundamentals necessary for a high score, right? Thus, rather than bouncing around between free trials, you should consider using a paid course, so you can follow a linear and structured study plan, spending the time you need to improve your skills.

If you’d like some specific advice on how to improve your verbal and quant skills, feel free to reach back out, and I’d be happy to help. Also, you may find it helpful to read this article about how to score a 700+ on the GMAT.

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Hi Shbm,

As rohan2345 mentioned, you could use the TTP course for 5 days, as we do offer a free trial through GMAT Club. That being said, since your current score is 550, it’s clear that you lack the GMAT quant and verbal fundamentals necessary for a high score, right? Thus, rather than bouncing around between free trials, you should consider using a paid course, so you can follow a linear and structured study plan, spending the time you need to improve your skills.

If you’d like some specific advice on how to improve your verbal and quant skills, feel free to reach back out, and I’d be happy to help. Also, you may find it helpful to read this article about how to score a 700+ on the GMAT.

Good luck!


I completely understand your point but I'm very short on time and hence won't be able to do justice to the paid course so it seems better right now to juggle between free stuff. How good/bad are the GMAT Club tests? I got a free month's trial for that.
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ScottTargetTestPrep wrote:
Hi Shbm,

As rohan2345 mentioned, you could use the TTP course for 5 days, as we do offer a free trial through GMAT Club. That being said, since your current score is 550, it’s clear that you lack the GMAT quant and verbal fundamentals necessary for a high score, right? Thus, rather than bouncing around between free trials, you should consider using a paid course, so you can follow a linear and structured study plan, spending the time you need to improve your skills.

If you’d like some specific advice on how to improve your verbal and quant skills, feel free to reach back out, and I’d be happy to help. Also, you may find it helpful to read this article about how to score a 700+ on the GMAT.

Good luck!


I completely understand your point but I'm very short on time and hence won't be able to do justice to the paid course so it seems better right now to juggle between free stuff. How good/bad are the GMAT Club tests? I got a free month's trial for that.


Hi, you will find in my below post under the chapter the "rebound" all free material you need here present on this forum, and a proposition of study plan. Don't hesitate to PM me. Cheers
https://gmatclub.com/forum/how-gmatclub ... l#p2166575
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Out of curiosity, if you don’t achieve a 650 in one month, will you still apply or will you continue studying and apply to school at a later date?
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Out of curiosity, if you don’t achieve a 650 in one month, will you still apply or will you continue studying and apply to school at a later date?



I'd study and apply for the 2020 intake. I'm already a bit late in applying as it is, so a lesser score would be feasible only when I would have applied in the 1st round itself since I'd get a lot more to compete on apart from my GMAT score. I'm sure that most schools have a good number of candidates by now that they'd rather choose.

Are GMAT clubs worthy enough? I just got a month's free subscription and have been doing just them for the past week or so and they seem to be alright for now.
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