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dvishal387So, I studied twice a day, for a total of about 3 hours per day on weekdays and 45 hours per day on weekends. Here's roughly what I did:
Morning:
100 topic specific problems, focusing on fundamental concepts (untimed, but usually no more than 20 minutes)
Quick readthrough of GMAT Pocket Reference Guide (Quant section only) (20 minutes)

Manhattan Prep, readthrough of 2 Quantrelated Books + any related questions (45 minutes  1.5 hours)

Kaplan Premier Quantitative Strategy & Algebra problems (45 minutes  1.5 hours)
Evening
100 topic specific problems, focusing on fundamental concepts (timed and recorded  started out at 13 minutes timed, but trimmed to roughly 56 minutes)
Quick readthrough of GMAT Pocket Reference Guide (Quant section only) (20 minutes)
Official GMAT: Math/Quant Review questions (45 minutes  1.5 hours)

Manhattan Prep, readthrough of 2 Quantrelated Books + any related questions (45 minutes  1.5 hours)
*I also reviewed my diagnostic test to see where I needed the most improvement. So, I used that to inform what Quant sections I would study. I essentially went through as many concepts and problems in each readthrough until I wasn't making many mistakes.
**Track everything. I'd do a problem set of 25, time it and calculate the percentage score every time. This helped me immensely.
***I work as a digital analyst, but the math I use on a daily basis is a little different than what's included on the GMAT, so I knew I needed a refresher. To be honest, I saw the most improvement by just getting the fundamentals down and memorizing formulas.