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# 700+, discussion-based study group for test-dates in Jun-Aug 2018

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27 May 2018, 02:15
Hey everyone,

I've been studying pretty hard for the GMAT, but I want to discuss questions with people who are also currently studying and plan to take it in the next few months (June - Aug. 2018). I've created a Whatsapp Group for this and want to know who else is interested.

The goal is to solve problems with each other at the same time, then analyze and debate our solutions. I think this kind of debate is a highly effective way to learn, because:

1) it helps find the best approach to solve a problem (fast and intuitive)
2) the process of debating a solution cements the idea
3) you are forced to identify not only why the right answers are right, but why the wrong answers are wrong

Each day members will post a handful of questions they want clarification on, and everybody will answer the question and post their solutions and methods in the chat.

The group will be limited to a few active members and each person will be expected to contribute. Your current score doesn't matter as long as you aim to get 700 (or even 750+). The group will only include test-takers, no companies or tutors.

I'm excited for this prospect but really want the group to be for highly dedicated people.

Please comment below if you're interested, and I'd also like to know why you want to join.
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28 May 2018, 11:13
Have you already created this group? If yes, then how many members have already joined?

The reason for joining a group of highly motivated people who want to crack GMAT should help generally!
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Location: United States
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28 May 2018, 15:59
Yes I've already made it and it's currently two people. I'm deciding on the optimum number; right now 5 - 10 seems good. Happy to hear your thoughts on this also.

b) target score
c) projected hours of study per day (or week)

Feel free to pm me.
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Joined: 29 May 2018
Posts: 1
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29 May 2018, 00:20
Hey!
I’m interested in joining the group. I’ll take my test latest by 1st week of August. Since I have very less time to prepare for the test, I want to be surrounded by highly motivated and energetic individuals willing to ace the test.

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Location: United States
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30 May 2018, 21:22
Hi Everyone,

I'm getting quite a few requests to join the group.

b) target score
c) projected hours of study per day (or week)
d) current study strategy

Feel free to pm me.
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Joined: 29 May 2018
Posts: 1
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30 May 2018, 22:52
CapitalWorks wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I'm getting quite a few requests to join the group.

b) target score
c) projected hours of study per day (or week)
d) current study strategy

Feel free to pm me.
Hie ..

I'm planning to take GMAT by 3rd week of August. I'm preparing for a 700+ score in my first try itself. Hope joining this study be beneficial to both sides.

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30 May 2018, 22:59
I am planning to take GMAT in 3rd week of August. From Mumbai. Targeting a 720+score. Mocks show I am around 680 as of now. Hope this group will take my prep in right direction to improve my score.

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30 May 2018, 23:48
Hi I am planning to take an exam around mid Aug. targeting a 700+ score. Hope the group would benefit both sides. Thanks

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31 May 2018, 01:15
Hi!
I am aiming for 710-720, currently somewhere in low 600, plan to take the test in August, first half. Please add me to group, my number is +7 747 564 2061
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31 May 2018, 09:48
Hello Everyone,

The information mentioned above for your respective goals seems very familiar for mine too. Hence,
I would like to join the group.

I am planning to take the GMAT around the last week of July. It’s been 10 days since I have started preparing for it.

Please let me know how can I join the group.

Thanks!

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Intern
Joined: 20 May 2018
Posts: 3
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31 May 2018, 21:16
Hi,

I am planning to take GMAT in first week of August.
I am targeting for 720+.
I dedicate about 6 hrs/day into prep.

Would really wanna join this group.

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31 May 2018, 21:31
Hey!
Thank you for Initiating.
Mob: +919566194936.

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Posts: 2
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01 Jun 2018, 01:12
CapitalWorks wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I'm getting quite a few requests to join the group.

b) target score
c) projected hours of study per day (or week)
d) current study strategy

Feel free to pm me.

Hello

I would love to be a part of the group!

- I plan on taking the exam in the third week of August
- Targeting a score of 760
- Planning on investing four hours a day on weekdays and eight hours on weekends
- Studying topic wise. Primary focus is on Quant.

Looking forward to collaborating with you guys
Intern
Joined: 28 May 2018
Posts: 3
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02 Jun 2018, 02:56
CapitalWorks wrote:
Hey everyone,

I've been studying pretty hard for the GMAT, but I want to discuss questions with people who are also currently studying and plan to take it in the next few months (June - Aug. 2018). I've created a Whatsapp Group for this and want to know who else is interested.

The goal is to solve problems with each other at the same time, then analyze and debate our solutions. I think this kind of debate is a highly effective way to learn, because:

1) it helps find the best approach to solve a problem (fast and intuitive)
2) the process of debating a solution cements the idea
3) you are forced to identify not only why the right answers are right, but why the wrong answers are wrong

Each day members will post a handful of questions they want clarification on, and everybody will answer the question and post their solutions and methods in the chat.

The group will be limited to a few active members and each person will be expected to contribute. Your current score doesn't matter as long as you aim to get 700 (or even 750+). The group will only include test-takers, no companies or tutors.

I'm excited for this prospect but really want the group to be for highly dedicated people.

Please comment below if you're interested, and I'd also like to know why you want to join.
Hi! I couldn’t join the group. Could you please invite me again Thanks

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Joined: 18 Oct 2015
Posts: 7
Concentration: Strategy, Entrepreneurship
GMAT 1: 680 Q48 V35
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08 Jun 2018, 09:00
CapitalWorks wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I'm getting quite a few requests to join the group.

b) target score
c) projected hours of study per day (or week)
d) current study strategy

Feel free to pm me.

Hi,

I am a returning test taker interested in scoring a 740+ in GMAT. My last attempt yielded 680 on a 2-week unfocussed prep (Was never out of touch though for the 2 months prior to the test date. The real prep was for just 2 week:-() Not making the same mistake again.

Here are my particulars

a) your test date: 7th August 2018
b) target score: 740+
c) projected hours of study per day (or week): Per day about 3 hrs, Per week about 27 hrs
d) current study strategy: Started with OG Diagnostic test. Following offline and online (SC Manhattan, CR Powerscore, RC 99, IR and AWA Manhattan, Quant Magoosh, supplemented by free online resources including love classes and videos)

Do let me know if I can be accommodated in a group.
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Joined: 16 May 2018
Posts: 10
Location: United States
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09 Jun 2018, 23:38
Hi everyone, unfortunately the group is full. I'll post a message here if anything changes.
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10 Jun 2018, 10:24

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24 Jun 2018, 07:28
Hi,

I would like to join the group.
Planning to take the test in July end.
Contact: +91-9456948093

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Joined: 28 Jul 2018
Posts: 1
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29 Jul 2018, 09:23
hey i am taking gmat on 12th aug
currently scoring around 640
targeting 700+
mob no. 8527191254..
need to focus on Verbal
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Posts: 9
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30 Jul 2018, 11:03

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