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Hello,

I'm struggling to find any quality advice on the best ways to use the Economist GMAT tutor. I'm a first time test taker (mid October) and have purchased the 6 month package. My plan was to keep it simple: 1 month on quant, 1 month on verbal and the final month on mock tests and drilling questions (don't want to waste the mock tests too early). Anyone out there have any experience? Is this enough (obviously different people have different circumstances). I really like the web based/somewhat adaptive/flexible setup but is it giving me a false sense of security as I move through the various sections? I like the focus on strategy (my undergrad is physics, so I struggle against instincts to solve things in a certain way) but is there benefit in purchasing a book and drilling a few 100 questions now instead of later??

Any advice is much appreciated.

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Hi wasatch1,

You hit it right on the nail from the standpoint that everyone is unique in their GMAT prep. While one method might work for someone, it might not be the best for your needs. With that in mind, take advantage of the one-on-one video sessions with one of our experts, who will be able to discuss your strengths and weaknesses to best prepare for the GMAT.

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