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# GMAT Study Plan: go from 650 to 700+

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Get Over the 700 Hump GMAT Study Plan

Improvement: 50 points
Concept: you are at 670 or above and want to get the magic 700+ score
Recommended for: Top 10 applicants, GMAT score junkies and perfectionists
Minimum GMATPrep Score: 650
Study Time: 1-2 months

Other Study Plans:

Study Plan for those who are just starting out
Ultimate Verbal Study Plan
GMAT Pill 1 Month Study Plan

Before we start this Study Plan, I would like to point out that the average GMAT score is 550 and as a 650+ scorer, you have alredy reached an above-average result. If you want to improve it and go beyond 700, several options are available to you but none are quick and easy. This plan assumes that you are very familiar with the test and have gone through a number of prep books. This plan is not for newbies or those looking to start their prep Fresh.

First let's take a look at the root of the problem - reasons for getting stuck at below the 700 level:
• Gaps in fundametals of math, grammar and logic, English language profficiency, often resulting in unbalanced score
• Poor timing/test taking skills
• Lack of knowledge of advanced topics

Study Plan Option 1: Self Prep

General Strategy:
Chances are, you have probably gone through a lot of test prep material and may have covered all the staples of GMAT Prep books. (If not, definitely familiarize yourself with those).

Before we even start - make sure you use an Error Log - it is a tool that is indispensable and must be used! The concept is that you keep track of all mistakes (or possibly all questions) that you have covered. BUT, you are not just keeping track of these questions, you are also printing them out, or copying, or marking them and come back later on to attempt them again. A good approach is to cover the entire book/test/section before coming back to the questions you have either missed or guessed - remember that for a 700+ score, there is no guessing and if you were lucky on your home test, you may not be at the test center.

If your timing is poor, there are several recommendations to improve timing on the GMAT:

Quant Section:
If you are continuing to miss arithmetic questions or are plagued with silly mistakes - perhas a good review of basics will help. Until recently there has not been a good math review book really, but today 2 options are available that could be covered within a few days:
1. Kaplan Math Foundations - this book starts out very basic but you can always skip the first few sections and find your level.
2. Kaplan Math Workbook - good practice as well but assumes a certain level of proficiency

If you feel that you need a good coverage of advanced topics such as Probability, Combinations, etc you can also get either of the two recommendations above - both cover them. Another alternative is to look into Jeff Sackman's Math Prep PDF - there have been positive comments about this document but it is pricey. However, most test takers at this stage can improve their score via question practice. For tests, the best recommendation is the GMAT Club tests which are specifically designed to go from 45 to 50+ quant score. They are free if you have 200 posts on the forum or you can also buy access to 1000+ questions for \$79. You can read a number of testimonials of 700+ scorers here.

For tougher questions - such as overlaping sets, probability and combinations - make sure that you understand how to solve these questions and you can actually solve them in 2 minutes. If you can't - follow this approach: memorize an example from a GMAT Book. Memorize the exact words for the problem, the exact solution, solution and the final answer. Then, when you encounter these questions, write out the memorized problem and solution from memory and use that model to plug the numbers in. Many Math questions are very much template driven, and this approach works great and you will never have to use your energy to solve them.

Other Optional Materials:
Kaplan Advanced - has some good 600-700 level questions
Princeton Review 1012 - has a good compilation of categorized GMAT questions - use your error log to determine which questions to practice - don't waste time on all of them

Verbal Section:
For the verbal section there are the usual suspects - MGMAT CR/PowerScore CR, MGMAT SC/PowerScore SC, and MGMAT RC. If you have not used these books - do get one for each section. Both Manhattan GMAT and PowerScore are good books to use.

There are several plans of attack for Verbal and you need to make sure you have one. When you go in to take the test, you must know exactly how you plan to answer each question type, how much time you can afford to spend on each, and when it is time to move on.

My personal strategy was to spend 45 seconds on SC's (read question once, identify the problem, phrase it in my mind, and find the correct answer that matched the one I made up). Usually I could hit these in 30-45 seconds and in 20% of cases needed as much as a minute and a half. I would spend 1:30 on each CR question. I could crack half of them in 30-45 seconds but the other half took closer to 2 minutes, so it was averaging about 1:30. All of this was building up towards the section I had the most problems with - reading comprehension. I knew that I needed 45 x 15 for SC's, 1:30 x 14 for CR's and that left 40 minutes for RC, which meant I could spend 10 minutes per passage. I would read the passage very carefully and spend probably 5-6 minutes doing and not feeling rushed as I knew I could read any passage in that period of time. After finishing the text, I knew I had 1 minute for each question so I did not need to rush either. On the Verbal, I did not really keep track of the clock when moving from question to question, but I would note the time when I start the RC passage and made sure I did not go over the alotted time by the end.

Again - use your error log for the verbal section. If you are struggling with a particular section - attac that section. Here are suggestions for each:

Critical Reasoning: The only way to get good in CR is to use one of the MGMAT CR or Powerscore CR guidebooks if you have gone through them and still feel weak - get PR 1012 book - it organizes questions in topical format and great for practicing Assumption or Weaken questions - make sure you note any question that you miss or guessed. These are your own personal "Hard Question" collection. Also, if you are an international student and encounter a word you don't know in a CR question - make sure you write it down and learn it.

Reading Comprehension: One of the hardest areas to overcome for many international students. Usually the weakness comes from very scientific or specialized texts that use rare words many international students never encountered. There is no easy solution to this unfortunately except to train your ear reading harder and more stimulating literature than found today on the web. Some recommend reading The Economist or Scientific articles. My recommendation is actually the opposite of that - read interesting fiction that will keep your attention and will motivate you to read as much as possible (rather than boring you with some biology). I call it GMAT Fiction - a compilation of interesting books that have great stimulating language and good grammar. See my post on GMAT Fiction about the advantages of reading a few thousand pages before taking GMAT.

Sentence Correction: If you are weak in English grammar, there are a few things you can do to improve - 1) Get a good grammar book. i can recommend either Kaplan Verbal Foundations (pretty good but not as complete as I would like it to be) or the Doing Grammar book that has been recommended by a few high verbal scorers. 2) Read a lot - by reading you will start to train your ear to pick up something a grammar book cannot teach you - style. Style questions are the harder verbal questions on the GMAT and the easiest way to pick them out is to train your ear reading good quality English Fiction - take a look at my GMAT Fiction recommendations or feel free to pick out your own.

Option 2: Class/Tutoring

Enrol with a test-prep company that guarantees XX point improvement or provides money back. The only two I know that do that is Knewton and GMAT Pill (50 point improvement or money back - doublecheck it though) Both are online, so you can take it from any location, at your own pace and schedule. If you score higher than 700 - you got what you wanted. If you don't, at least you don't have to pay for it, so you "win" both ways. There is a 7-day trial, so recommend you give it a shot either way. (To learn more about Knewton and see what other GMAT club members had to say about the class, see this post: knewton-live-online-gmat-course-85519.html. For more information about GMAT Pill's method, visit this post: gmat-pill-discount-save-110700.html). This is the recommended path for those who took gmat twice and still have not gotten to their target score - save your time and effort - take a class - probably a better experience overall at this point.
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Some tips and pointers:

Quant:
. After you solve a problem but get it wrong, don't look at the solution. Try solving it again until you get it right.
. Make a note of problems that took longer than expected to solve and look at the solution to see if there's a faster way.

CR:
. Read EVERY SINGLE WORD! I tend to fast read and skip words to get the context. It's great while reading a magazine or book and even with RC, but terrible with CR; completely the wrong way. Most of my wrong choices with CR were because I was not reading every single word.
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I also would like to suggest detailed study plan:

Monthly Study Plan
4 weeks of hard work, 1 week of rest & relaxation

Weekly Study Plan
10 hours/week
Quantitative - 2 sessions for 2 hours each
SC - 1 session (2 hours)
CR - 1 session (2 hours)
RC - 1 session (2 hours)

Duration of preparation - 3-4 months.

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Nice post bb.

I also though of adding a small tip, which can be helpful for verbal section.

My advice is to read Editorials published daily in some reputed English newspaper. Some of them are even available online. In India the news paper "Times of India" publish some good editorials daily, available online as well at http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/. There must be similar editorials available in other countries.

Benefits:
1. Cheapest, but still one of the best means on earth to improve Reading skills, to increase speed, and to make one's ears accustomed to sentence structures and English styles.
2. Editorials are generally not very lengthy, and structure is similar to the GMAT comprehensions.
3. Well built complex sentence structures and paragraphs by some of the writers.
4. With online version, one can practice reading paragraphs on computer screens
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Nice post bb .. I'm actually thinking about retaking the GMAT and the approach lined up is quite helpful.
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Nice post bb .. I'm actually thinking about retaking the GMAT and the approach lined up is quite helpful.

Yup, me too. I'm retaking it end of August or early Sept. I can't believe I messed up Quant...come on, I'm Indian! Math is supposed to be my strong suit, not verbal!!!!
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I also would like to suggest detailed study plan:

Monthly Study Plan
4 weeks of hard work, 1 week of rest & relaxation

Weekly Study Plan
10 hours/week
Quantitative - 2 session for 2 hours each
SC - 1 session (2 hours)
CR - 1 session (2 hours)
RC - 1 session (2 hours)

Duration of preparation - 3-4 months.

Thanks! This is somewhat "unorthodox" - I like it
Have you taken the GMAT yet to share how the strategy works and what improvement you achieved?
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Thanks for this tip, BB!

My problem is more with Quant than Verbal - I was never a math person and often the issue is with setting the problem correctly & quickly now that I have memorised the basic formula, etc. I also find that it takes me so long to do simple calculations since I've been using calculators since high school and excel now crippled me....is it just a matter of doing a huge number of questions - i.e. practice, practice, practice - or is there another way? Would really appreciate any help on setting up prob & cal very quickly. Timing's always an issue for me on Q! Thanks!
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Great idea bb to post a GMAT Study plan!

May I suggest a study plan for retakers? people with a 590 in their first exam and aiming for a 700+

My story in brief:
I have taken a 2 month break since I have taken the exam and now I am in the process of starting from the beginning and creating my study plan for retaking the exam.

I believe I have decided on the books (Og12 + MGMAT Books + Kaplan Premier) and the online CATtests (gmat club tests, GMATPrep, MGMAT tests) I will be using.

However I have some trouble with the next step: Creating the STUDY PLAN: Do I study all the theory in the MGMAT books and in between schedule CAT tests (also do I take one in the beginning?) or do I focus on any weaknesses I recognised from my last attempt or...? Also it is very important for me to plan how long I need to spend during the week (I work full-time, 45-50hrs week - w/ends off) and how long during the weekends; I have read somewhere that if you work long hours for the GMAT you might burn yourself, on the other hand people say that you should NOT study for the exam more than 3-4 months as it will start to have a negative effect on your scores! So I would really appreciate any guidance on how I should go about 'taming' this exam!

My first attempt took me about 3 months and during that time I was also investigating techniques, finding out about books, the gmat club, online CAT tests and I tried to incorporate them in my study as I went along, which is something I believe one should definitely avoid.

I want to get it right from the beginning this time, so I would like to ask if you have any suggestions for the study plan in retaking the exam (while working full-time) to go from 590 to 700+

Thank you!
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You're not going to make it. Pick 2 books that you can realistically cover and stick to those, such as MGMAT SC and PowerScore CR. (Use OG's for targeted practice but that's all you should need).
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Absolutely - go for MGMAT Guides + OG 12.

Your timing sounds fine - I would recommend to use the better time of the day (when your mind is fresh) vs the time after dinner/few beers/etc. So, it is not only about 2 hours but quality of those 2 hours too.

Hope this makes sense.
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Thank you for this. I am hoping some of the information I am picking up here will be very helpful as I have my exam in a week.
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Hi BB

I joined this forum today. I attempted GMAT for the first time yesterday and scored 630 (Q47, V28). However, My goal is to cross into 700.
I studied for the exam not so seriously for two months. I never joined any forum or read anyone's replys.
My GMAT Prep tests I and II were also 650 and 640.
I went through all MGMAT Books, OG 12, OG Reviews. Quite helpful for Quants.
I gave all MGMAT CAT exams and scored between 650 to 670.
My Quant is always between 47 to 49. My verbal is always between 29 to 33.
Exam pressure is not a problem for me. I have cleared all 3 levels of CFA examination but GMAT verbal seems to be a different trick altogether.

I know my weakness is verbal. I am planning to practice more on verbal.
If I am wrong, can you please correct me if my book selection is fine.
1> The PowerScore GMAT Critical Reasoning Bible
2> Read a lot from GMAT Fiction
3> Kaplan 800 for both Quants and Verbal.
4> A good grammer book for GMAT mentioned n 650 to 700+
5> Practice verbal from GMATClub tests

And a very serious studies (as I did for CFA) for next two months. Planning to take second attempt in jan last or Feb first week.

Please let me know if I should do any improvements in my plan.

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Thanks for starting this thread. I look forward to reading the "Ultimate/Hardcore/Comprehensive GMAT Study Plan" post.
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Its a good one though I hadn't attempted the test yet!!

Thanks for the valuable post !!
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Thanks for this bb. This fits in with my goal.
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Thanks! This is somewhat "unorthodox" - I like it
Have you taken the GMAT yet to share how the strategy works and what improvement you achieved?

Thank you! Why do you think my approach is "unorthodox"?
In fact, I'm going to retake the GMAT in nearest 3-4 months, so I hope to provide such information afterwards.
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bb wrote:
Thanks! This is somewhat "unorthodox" - I like it
Have you taken the GMAT yet to share how the strategy works and what improvement you achieved?

Thank you! Why do you think my approach is "unorthodox"?
In fact, I'm going to retake the GMAT in nearest 3-4 months, so I hope to provide such information afterwards.

I like the idea of taking a break for a week. Most study through every weekend and every available hour as they hurry to be done with the GMAT. Definitely curious how it goes - please keep us updated on your progress!

Also, I just posted this thread on starting GMAT Prep from scratch - may be helpful: gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html
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Actually I like the idea of taking breaks as well. I prefer not to study on the weekends - but this means that your weekdays are screwed completely - and I'm ok with that. Taking off to a beach or somewhere nice on the weekends really helps to relax and for the 'learning to settle down'.

I heard someone say that the a few Chinese have adopted a specific way of learning, especially in ping pong. The player will practice one and only one stroke for almost 10 hours and then get a good sleep. So, the learned behavior kind of settles down during the night and practicing one stroke for 10 hours will definitely hone in perfection. I'm wondering if something like that can be tried for GMAT - I mean imagine a day full of reading comprehension, jeez there won't be any need for additional sleep
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Actually I like the idea of taking breaks as well. I prefer not to study on the weekends - but this means that your weekdays are screwed completely - and I'm ok with that. Taking off to a beach or somewhere nice on the weekends really helps to relax and for the 'learning to settle down'.

I heard someone say that the a few Chinese have adopted a specific way of learning, especially in ping pong. The player will practice one and only one stroke for almost 10 hours and then get a good sleep. So, the learned behavior kind of settles down during the night and practicing one stroke for 10 hours will definitely hone in perfection. I'm wondering if something like that can be tried for GMAT - I mean imagine a day full of reading comprehension, jeez there won't be any need for additional sleep

Ha ha, let me see if that works for me...I'm in between jobs so I have a month for GMAT, kayaking, sailing and biking!
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