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GMAT Study Plan - 2020 Edition

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New post 13 Sep 2019, 00:07
Great Information was very useful for me..
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New post 14 Sep 2019, 00:27
Thanks for this information was very useful for me.
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New post 10 Oct 2019, 10:14
Hi,

I feel I am strong in Quant section, so can I start with verbal in the first month and then carry on with quant in the following month. Why or why would not it be a correct approach to follow. I have planned my GMAT in Jan 2020 so I gotta be very strict with timelines.

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This is really helpful for me thank's.. :angel: :please :please
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New post 16 Oct 2019, 03:09
Hi,
I am preparing for GMAT and want to take it by march 2020. Just wanted to know how much time does it take to finish Quant GMAT Club tests by an average indian student. simply wanted to understand what time (how many hours in total) will be sufficient to finish them.

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New post 25 Nov 2019, 07:42
From where shall i get answers to GMAT official review. Please do suggest me.
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New post 27 Dec 2019, 10:18
Hello every one
I'm working hard for the last 20 days but didn't find any noticeable improvements. I'm just solving RC from OG 13th edition. I'm following LSAT reading bible where there is a lot of theory. Is there any way to improve the RC level significantly?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions?
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Hi all,

I am planning to start the preparation and gave one CAT got 480. Today with the New Years planned to start the preparation and started with sentence correction and I did not like the theory part in OG.
Where should I look for the good content to study. MGMAT books would
Be enough or should I got for tutors? Please suggest

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I'm working hard for the last 20 days but didn't find any noticeable improvements. I'm just solving RC from OG 13th edition. I'm following LSAT reading bible where there is a lot of theory. Is there any way to improve the RC level significantly?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions?

If you intend to take gmat in about 6 months, start reading the Economist or Scientific American. This solution is a long-term one but works! Otherwise, just start with RC passages, go slow and try to comprehend at the first go (without re-reading the same line twice). Then slowly work on your reading speed, while comprehending at the same time.
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Hi Everyone,

Its been 3 months that I am preparing for GMAT but my results are very bad, I have practiced OG 2018 and Manhattan 6th edition, and found both of them very difficult, then I started studying basics, Maths Foundation by Manhattan as I feel my basic math needs to be improved. I have covered all the topics now but still I feel difficult to comprehend the math questions within the time limit. I am really worried for the exam.

Can anyone suggest what should I do? As of now I have planned to follow gmat club practice question banks and from 500 level I should start attempting questions, one day one topic of maths along with english.

is it going to work for me?

Guidance will be very much appreciated
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I would suggest going for instructor led classes, check in the reviews section of gmat club and pick the one

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New post 15 Feb 2020, 07:07
Hi Everyone,
I have been preparing for the GMAT for 2 months now. Have practiced from OG 2020 + Verbal Review + Quant Review + MGMAT SC+RC+CR and am pretty confident now.

These are my mock scores:
GMAT OP1 - Q47 V29 IR4 620
MGMAT1 - Q44 V36 IR7.3 660
MGMAT2 - Q44 V36 IR4.5 660
MGMAT3 - Q45 V36 IR7.3 670
MGMAT4 - Q46 V32 IR6.6 640
MGMAT5 - Q47 V36 IR5.2 680
MGMAT6 - Q45 V38 IR3.8 690
GMAT OP2 - Q50 V38 IR8 720
GMAT OP3 - Q50 V39 IR8 730
GMAT OP4 - Q50 V35 IR8 700

I am aiming for 750, and i would need stronger verbal skills.
My GMAT is in 7 days. Any last week advice ?
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New post 25 Feb 2020, 03:05
I really need to get past this verbal 30 where I have plateaued. I need at least v35
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New post 27 Feb 2020, 09:30
Hey guys,

I have given my GMAT 1st attempt after preparing for 1 week. I scored 610(A48, V23). I have written 3 practice tests before that and received 590,650,680. I am planning to write my 2nd attempt in 3 weeks. I am completely free during these 3 weeks. I want to focus only on verbal in these 3 weeks. I am targeting 720. What plan would you recommend? I am really poor in SC. Little better at Critical reasoning. Good in RC. Had 80% accuracy in RC, I am fairly confident in reading and understanding the long passages But terrible at grammar and CR.
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New post 01 Apr 2020, 12:02
Hi!

Thanks for your very informative post BB.

I started studying for the GMAT last week. I have a set of the 5th edition Manhattan Gmat books. I was wondering if it was worth it to buy the 6th editions Manhattan books or if the 5th edition books worked fine? I am trying to get a score of 700+ what additional materials would you use to study?

Thanks a lot!
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New post 11 Apr 2020, 09:09
Thank you so much for the resources! This is helpful for a newbie like me. I will apply to B-schools in 2022 and hope that everything gets well.
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New post 15 Apr 2020, 20:56
Dear Sir,

I am looking to start my MBA course on fall of 2021. Please advise on the timeline for exam date to sending applications. I already have a fair idea but would like to hear from you as well.

Being a new subscriber of gmatclub, I hope I am in the right thread. If not, kindly guide me to the relevant thread.

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New post 16 Apr 2020, 13:43
Hi bb. This was extremely helpful. I have started by GMAT preparation as per the above plan and so far it has been going good. One suggestion for all the GMAT test takers out there for getting additional practise is to refer to older official guides since they update a certain percentage of their content every year. So referring to a 4-5 year older OG should more or less give you good quality questions with minimum repeats.
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Hi all,

Beginning with my GMAT prep. A brief guidance on the most preferred online/offline resources for:-
1. Quant - Understand that MGMAT is relatively better and more detailed with concepts
2. Verbal - e-gmat or any other ?
3. CR - Powerscore?

OG is a given so did not mention in the list. However, I just wanted to guage which resources are worth purchasing currently whether they are online or paperback books. Offline tutor is out of the question, since do not have the time for the same. Thus the query!!

Any help/guidance would be much appreciated. Thank you
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