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GMAT Study Plan - 2019 Edition

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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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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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Hello Every One,

I'm currently working. I'm planning to take a MBA Course preferably in England (UK) or Australia. Have no idea regarding the GMAT Exam and it's requirements. Need help from you-all.
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From where shall i get answers to GMAT official review. Please do suggest me.
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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?

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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.
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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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