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I am planning to give my gmat in june 2018 , i have already booked the exam dates.

I had given a mock test without any preparation using the economist gmat app and i ended up scoring 400.

Looking to score 650 plus and i have two full months left

Really stressed out , is this score realistic ??



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New post 03 Apr 2018, 03:48
If your target score is 650, it can be a mix of Q50/V30 or Q45/V35 or Q40/V39. Whatever the combined score (Q+V) reaches 79-80, you will achieve 650.

First, it is very important to know your current skill level for quant and verbal respectively, then you can develop your strategies for the target score of quant and verbal score.
Second, consider which one (quant or verbal) is easier to improve in a short period of time and which one you want to study more intensively.

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Assuming that your target score can vary depending on your verbal target score and your current quant score is 35 or less, please always remember the principle of "Slow, Hand, Detail"​.

​☞​ Solve "slowly" when you study and practice.
​☞​ ​Solve the problems by "hand" as a rule. Understanding how the problems are solved in videos is very different from actually
☞​ Solve them on paper yourself. So, practice by solving the problems by hand-writing them is very important after you have studied with the videos.​When you solve them, write a "detailed" calculation process without skipping any steps. This is also important.
☞ ​If you don’t follow the above advice, you will have a difficult time improving your GMAT math skills and scores. If you are not strong in basic math skills, your PS won’t be good. If your PS isn't good, you will have a difficult time in establishing equations in DS. So, your DS would not be good either.


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