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New post 16 Oct 2018, 12:02
I have finished my graduation in commerce and currently I am preparing for the GMAT exam full time. I am planning to take the exam somewhere around November end or beginning of December this year. I have practiced most of the questions in the OG (I answered quite a few incorrectly) and bought the Manhattan strategy guides to strengthen my fundamentals. I have all the time in the world to prepare for my exam but my preparation is still a mess. Can you guys recommend me any strategies on how and for how long should I study in a day and what to study, considering I am starting with the Manhattan guides and planning to take the exam in 1.5-2 months?

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New post 16 Oct 2018, 12:37
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Hey hi,
I would suggest you to first give a official GMAT mock on the mba.com website where you get two free mocks.
Utilize one mock before you start your GMAT preparation so that you can find out your weak areas and the amount of time you need to spend on preparation.
On an average I would say 1.5 months is sufficient for your prep.

Also please find below a good study plan for your Gmat prep:-
https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-study-p ... ml?fl=menu




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