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# How to prep for Verbal after doing Quant once & without losing touch..

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02 Apr 2018, 20:27
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I have finished the Quant syllabus once (from e-Gmat) and now I am going to start with my Verbal preparation (again from e-Gmat). Could anyone please tell me how to keep in touch with Quant while studying for Verbal? I don't want to lose touch with the Quant basics (in fact, I want to slowly build upon whatever I have done in Quant in the last 40 days). Time available for studying is not a problem here, I am able to clock 3-4 hrs on weekdays and 5 hrs on weekends.

I know my question may sound very basic (just do 10/20 questions from Quant daily), I am asking this because when I started preparing in Feb '18, I focussed exclusively on Quant, since I'm a little more comfortable & acquainted with the Verbal and I was starting from a scratch after 7 years of service. I don't want to adopt the same strategy while doing Verbal because I am afraid i might lose touch with Quant and I have to appear for the GMAT exam in first week of June this year (2018).

What strategy/method(s) did you guys adopt to handle Quant and Verbal, in simultaneity?

Much appreciated,
Shail
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09 Apr 2018, 09:08
Hi just question for you , i have recently started preparing for gmat , did you find egmat prep useful and effective ?? Is it worth buying the paid version ?

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09 Apr 2018, 10:38
Nirenjan Hey Nirenjen. Yes, I found the egmat to be extremely structured and useful for my Quant prep and ongoing Verbal prep. Just so you know, I did a two months course with an institute I don't want to lambast here, before I started egmat, but definitely, go for the paid version. It's totally worth it.
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09 Apr 2018, 21:19
shailendrasaiwal wrote:
Nirenjan Hey Nirenjen. Yes, I found the egmat to be extremely structured and useful for my Quant prep and ongoing Verbal prep. Just so you know, I did a two months course with an institute I don't want to lambast here, before I started egmat, but definitely, go for the paid version. It's totally worth it.
thank you

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shailendrasaiwal wrote:
I have finished the Quant syllabus once (from e-Gmat) and now I am going to start with my Verbal preparation (again from e-Gmat). Could anyone please tell me how to keep in touch with Quant while studying for Verbal? I don't want to lose touch with the Quant basics (in fact, I want to slowly build upon whatever I have done in Quant in the last 40 days). Time available for studying is not a problem here, I am able to clock 3-4 hrs on weekdays and 5 hrs on weekends.

I know my question may sound very basic (just do 10/20 questions from Quant daily), I am asking this because when I started preparing in Feb '18, I focussed exclusively on Quant, since I'm a little more comfortable & acquainted with the Verbal and I was starting from a scratch after 7 years of service. I don't want to adopt the same strategy while doing Verbal because I am afraid i might lose touch with Quant and I have to appear for the GMAT exam in first week of June this year (2018).

What strategy/method(s) did you guys adopt to handle Quant and Verbal, in simultaneity?

Much appreciated,
Shail

I find drills give me a good practice (You can try veritas or gmat club toolkit ) And since questions are picked at random it covers the entire quant. Also everyday gmat club gives you recommended questions. it will take hardly 5 mins but they are timed and wont take much time off your prep.

I myself struggle in quant ( forgetting formulae, rule exceptions etc so i keep it a point to go through my notes on weekends for a refresh). I highly recommend you to join watsapp group (let me know if you havnt yet). You'll be amazed how much you'll learn and its a great way to keep up with gmat prep and get to know amazing people.
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17 May 2018, 00:56
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shailendrasaiwal wrote:
I have finished the Quant syllabus once (from e-Gmat) and now I am going to start with my Verbal preparation (again from e-Gmat). Could anyone please tell me how to keep in touch with Quant while studying for Verbal? I don't want to lose touch with the Quant basics (in fact, I want to slowly build upon whatever I have done in Quant in the last 40 days). Time available for studying is not a problem here, I am able to clock 3-4 hrs on weekdays and 5 hrs on weekends.

I know my question may sound very basic (just do 10/20 questions from Quant daily), I am asking this because when I started preparing in Feb '18, I focussed exclusively on Quant, since I'm a little more comfortable & acquainted with the Verbal and I was starting from a scratch after 7 years of service. I don't want to adopt the same strategy while doing Verbal because I am afraid i might lose touch with Quant and I have to appear for the GMAT exam in first week of June this year (2018).

What strategy/method(s) did you guys adopt to handle Quant and Verbal, in simultaneity?

Much appreciated,
Shail

I find drills give me a good practice (You can try veritas or gmat club toolkit ) And since questions are picked at random it covers the entire quant. Also everyday gmat club gives you recommended questions. it will take hardly 5 mins but they are timed and wont take much time off your prep.

I myself struggle in quant ( forgetting formulae, rule exceptions etc so i keep it a point to go through my notes on weekends for a refresh). I highly recommend you to join watsapp group (let me know if you havnt yet). You'll be amazed how much you'll learn and its a great way to keep up with gmat prep and get to know amazing people.
I would also like to join the WhatsApp group. I am a beginner in GMAT Preparation. Please guide me, I want a proper study plan. And how should I approach towards the preparation.
I have Official Guides, KAPLAN GMAT Prep Plus and The Princeton Review GMAT Premium.

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