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I have only one month for preparing for gmat so what is the best way study .can you please guide me . My target score 650


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I have only one month for preparing for gmat so what is the best way study .can you please guide me . My target score 650


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Hi swarneshtj

You could effectively use the forum to get better in the GMAT
First step would be to take a GMATPrep mock
(one which helps you understand which of the topics need attention)

Once, you begin with the preparation for GMAT, dedicate all your free time to it.
Since you are only beginning with your preparation, it makes sense to clear your concepts for every topic
and follow it up with some practice. You can find all the questions you need for practice, here at GMATClub
and the Timer feature will give you a real feel of test.

These are some links which I found to be very benefitial
Quantitative Megathread : https://gmatclub.com/forum/ultimate-gma ... 44512.html
Reading Comprehension : https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-club-s- ... 83101.html

For SC, you could do basics from Manhattan's SC Guide and I would recommend the CR Bible by PowerScore for Critical Reasoning.

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I have been preparing for gmat 3 months but I’m not confident of doing well in the exam since my score is about 450 in gmat prep so I have official guide is that sufficient to crack the exam and my target scored is 650


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I have been preparing for gmat 3 months but I’m not confident of doing well in the exam since my score is about 450 in gmat prep so I have official guide is that sufficient to crack the exam and my target scored is 650


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The theory on the Official Guide is not good enough to ace this exam.
You must try the Manhattan Study guides to improve your score, as
they are really good in helping build your concepts.

Alternatively for Quant you could work on the Quantitative Megathread link
and the other shares that I had shared in the last post. Also, to improve
your score from 450 to 650 in a month is going to take some serious work

May you achieve the success that you are looking for

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Thanks for the help.I’ll be doing my best


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Thanks for the help.I’ll be doing my best


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Hello swarneshtj

Although pushpitkc Sir has mentioned some great points there, I just want to add that, as you have limited time, stick to OG and GMAT Prep questions (specifically for verbal).

Also, spend enough time on analysis of all the answer choices for both correct and incorrect answers. Hope this helps!
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Is MGMAT prep guides 5th edition better or the latest edition ?
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Why I am asking is because there is a 50%price difference between the latest edition and the fifth edition



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Is MGMAT prep guides 5th edition better or the latest edition ?
What’s the difference ?
Why I am asking is because there is a 50%price difference between the latest edition and the fifth edition



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IMO MGMAT 5th edition is adequate. There is not much difference in the two editions.
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