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# GMAT Study Plan (looking for right study course)

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20 Oct 2018, 07:52
I have a studying style that I know has historically worked for me.

The essential gist of it as follows:
(1) I read through a topic while taking notes. I then watch a lecture on the same topic. After the lecture I do Multiple Choice Questions with my notes, and thoroughly review the explanations to both the RIGHT, and the WRONG answers.
(2) I repeat the same step as above for all topics in a section.
(3) On a rolling basis I will continue to repeat the Multiple Choice Questions until I reach the end of the section.
(4) After I feel that I've learned everything, I tear apart Multiple Choice Questions, and if I find I don't understand a topic well I go back and read through the section.

Are there any GMAT courses out there that would allow me to accomplish my above planned study strategy? I've tested out Magoosh but didn't see MCQ's after each mini-topic -- if all of the GMAT courses are similar to this then I'll likely just run with Magoosh.

Thanks!
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20 Oct 2018, 21:02
try orion or e-gmat, they have similar strategies
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23 Oct 2018, 10:38
Hi Dylan1218,

From your post, it's not clear how long you've been studying in this way - so it's unclear how effective it's been in helping you to improve. As such, it's possible that the plan that you're looking to continue with isn't actually the most effective way for you to study. Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

Studies:
1) How long have you studied?
2) What study materials have you used so far?
3) How have you scored on EACH of your CATs (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?

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4) What is your goal score?
5) When are you planning to take the GMAT?
6) When are you planning to apply to Business School?
7) What Schools are you planning to apply to?

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23 Oct 2018, 19:33
Hi..you should try the Target test prep course for Quant.the course covers all the topics with deep understanding of concepts.
try out the free trial version .tests after each chapters will give you great confidence.
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24 Oct 2018, 00:54
Dylan1218 wrote:
I have a studying style that I know has historically worked for me.

The essential gist of it as follows:
(1) I read through a topic while taking notes. I then watch a lecture on the same topic. After the lecture I do Multiple Choice Questions with my notes, and thoroughly review the explanations to both the RIGHT, and the WRONG answers.
(2) I repeat the same step as above for all topics in a section.
(3) On a rolling basis I will continue to repeat the Multiple Choice Questions until I reach the end of the section.
(4) After I feel that I've learned everything, I tear apart Multiple Choice Questions, and if I find I don't understand a topic well I go back and read through the section.

Are there any GMAT courses out there that would allow me to accomplish my above planned study strategy? I've tested out Magoosh but didn't see MCQ's after each mini-topic -- if all of the GMAT courses are similar to this then I'll likely just run with Magoosh.

Thanks!

Hi Dylan1218,

There a are a lot of courses that could prove helful. You can look at EmpowerGMAT, Optimus prep, E-gmat or Orion. In order to make an informed decision I would highly encourage you to go to their websites and try on their free trial and decide for yourself which one do you like better.

Hope this helps. All the best.
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25 Oct 2018, 08:08
Hi Dylan1218,

Yes, there are definitely courses that will allow you to study in the manner you suggested. Specifically, as Dannys mentioned, Target Test Prep would be a perfect resource for you if you are looking for quant help. We are the top-rated quant course here on GMAT Club.

Below are some key reasons why GMAT students have found success with Target Test Prep.

-- We meticulously created TTP questions to properly emulate the questions on the actual GMAT. TTP questions are extremely similar in form and function to the questions you’ll see on test day.

-- We offer more than 3,000 realistic practice GMAT Quant questions, each with a crystal clear, clean, actionable solution. We know that when you are preparing for the GMAT, proper practice makes perfect.

-- We teach every concept, strategy, tool, and technique that you need to crush your competition and earn a top GMAT Quant score. When you study with TTP, you leave nothing to chance.

-- We provide you with a personalized, smart, strategic plan of study to follow, whatever your starting point and score goal. You’ll always know exactly what you need to do and when you need to do it.

-- We wrote the TTP course with the goal of making GMAT math come to life and making GMAT math mastery attainable for all students.

-- We ensure that you are truly learning every lesson and retaining what you learn. Each major topic is supported by realistic practice questions that underscore what has been discussed.

-- We actively engage you in learning with more than 800 instructor-led videos that teach the high-value skills necessary for achieving a high score.

-- We offer comprehensive analytics that allow you to quickly locate areas in which you’re weak, so that you can turn those weak areas into strong ones.

-- We designed the TTP course to utilize best practices in teaching and learning and implement many of the most important discoveries in learning theory and cognitive neuroscience, helping you to prepare more efficiently and maximize your outcome.

If you would like to discuss Target Test Prep further, feel free to reach out to me directly.

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