DaanZw wrote:

Hi everyone.

I am interested in completing the GMAT this summer, which means that I have approximately 6 months to prepare myself. My current and previous studies did not provide me with education wothmentioning in the GMAT content (especially math).

What do you recommend to use as study/practise materials, and do you have any tips regarding a schedule or any other matters.

The score I am aiming for is 650+

I want to apply for a MSc at Erasmus Rotterdam.

Thank you in advance!

Daan

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GMAT Club Forum mobile appHi Daan,

No worries!

You can surely hit your target score.

We can give you advice on math only we are specialised in math.

It seems like you have enough time to hit your target score.

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You can still solve GMAT questions with the conventional method.

If you aim at hitting a high score in quant, the conventional method is time-consuming and inefficient.

You may hit Q45 or above with the conventional way, but it is extremely difficult to hit Q49-51.

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The other important factor is to practise the most current GMAT questions. A number of questions you get to practise online tend to be out-of-date and they are not that relevant to the current type of GMAT questions. If you are not used to the current type of questions, this could also be a reason to why your score is not improving. However, all the questions you get to practise from our online course are developed based on the current type of GMAT questions.

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