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GOAL TO CRACK GMAT EXCELLENCE IN UNDER 30 DAYS

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New post 20 Feb 2019, 06:54
Hello Aspirants,

So, I'm an IT Consultant with 3 years of Experience in Global MNC worked at 7 different locations ( 2 countries) in ASIA ( India & Singapore), and RN, I've taken a 5-week break from work ( yet, coming to office, only to study in Office Library: Amazing, peaceful and serious time-bounded environment ( scheduled breaks).

I'm a professional procrastinator. After thorough introspection, I realized on a matter of fact of how I delay things up and screw my life.

The environment you, work/study is a crucial factor in your prep and I am right now, Determined to ace my GOAL: GMAT Excellence in under 30 days.

RESOURCES

I'm using are all free trails from all sources and past three years OG's.

S.No. Resource Name Description Cost
1 Official Guide 2015 FREE
2 Official Guide 2016 FREE
3 Official Guide 2017 FREE
4 Manhattan Review's Books (6) FREE
5 Magoosh - Flash Cards APP FREE
6 Magoosh - Idioms App FREE
7 Economist -Web - Trail Version FREE
8 GMAT Club Forum Workbook & Web Forum FREE
9 GMAT CLUB GRAMMAR BOOK FREE
10 GMAT Toolkit -Mobile APP QUANT GAME + FLASHCARDS + OG TRACKER 2,000
11 MATH REVOLUTION - 30 days Free Trail: 7 Hour Video + Mock Test + Diagnostic Test + 2 hours Theory FREE


PLAN
Though dedicated 7 hours a day: considering delays, mishaps and waste time in lost thinking and mental fatigues, I'm calculating only 6 hours per day.

So, planning to study for 6 qualitative hours/day = 42 hours/week = 168 hours / month. This includes knowing the concepts of Grammar, SC, RC, CR, Quant, and strategies in answering questions and mastering the GMAT Exam pattern by writing MockTests.

MY SCHEDULE

1. 7:00 AM - WAKE UP.
2. 7:30 AM - 08: 30 AM - JOGGING.
3. 8:30 AM - 09: 30 AM - BREAKFAST + GET READY TO WORK
4. 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM - A MINI - TEST (Everyday practice, as Real-exam, is in the MORNING SLOT )
5. 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM - COMMUTE TO WORK (REVISE: RIGHT & WRONG ANSWERS OF EXAM IN OFFICE CAB)
6. 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 1 ( LEARN A NEW CONCEPT )
7. 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM - LUNCH. ( EAT FOR 40 mins and WALK to be ACTIVE)
8. 02:00 PM - 6:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 2
9. 06:00 PM - 6:30 PM - BREAK.
10.06:30 PM - 8:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 3
11. 08:00 PM - 08:30 PM - DINNER AT OFFICE CANTEEN.
12. 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM - REVISION OF TODAY'S LESSONS. (COMMUTE BACK TO HOME)
13. 9:30 PM - 10:30 PM - FAMILY TIME & HOUSE CLEANING.
14. 10:30 PM - 11:00 PM - BE IN BED TO SLEEP.

SLEEP FOR 8 HOURS.

I'd be periodically posting once in 4 days of my progress.

All comments are welcomed on my PLAN.
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Hello GMAT800byNIK .....welcome to the community.

According to my experience GMAT excellence depends on where you stand now and how much you can apply your learning on the test day. Irrespective of all, your timeline is a bit tight (unless you are already at a close proximity of your goal score). Saying that , one can achieve anything and everything. GmatWizard already have shared some nice links .... let us know if you have any specific queries.

All the very best !!
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Re: GOAL TO CRACK GMAT EXCELLENCE IN UNDER 30 DAYS  [#permalink]

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New post 22 Feb 2019, 07:26
GMAT800byNIK wrote:
Hello Aspirants,

So, I'm an IT Consultant with 3 years of Experience in Global MNC worked at 7 different locations ( 2 countries) in ASIA ( India & Singapore), and RN, I've taken a 5-week break from work ( yet, coming to office, only to study in Office Library: Amazing, peaceful and serious time-bounded environment ( scheduled breaks).

I'm a professional procrastinator. After thorough introspection, I realized on a matter of fact of how I delay things up and screw my life.

The environment you, work/study is a crucial factor in your prep and I am right now, Determined to ace my GOAL: GMAT Excellence in under 30 days.

RESOURCES

I'm using are all free trails from all sources and past three years OG's.

S.No. Resource Name Description Cost
1 Official Guide 2015 FREE
2 Official Guide 2016 FREE
3 Official Guide 2017 FREE
4 Manhattan Review's Books (6) FREE
5 Magoosh - Flash Cards APP FREE
6 Magoosh - Idioms App FREE
7 Economist -Web - Trail Version FREE
8 GMAT Club Forum Workbook & Web Forum FREE
9 GMAT CLUB GRAMMAR BOOK FREE
10 GMAT Toolkit -Mobile APP QUANT GAME + FLASHCARDS + OG TRACKER 2,000
11 MATH REVOLUTION - 30 days Free Trail: 7 Hour Video + Mock Test + Diagnostic Test + 2 hours Theory FREE


PLAN
Though dedicated 7 hours a day: considering delays, mishaps and waste time in lost thinking and mental fatigues, I'm calculating only 6 hours per day.

So, planning to study for 6 qualitative hours/day = 42 hours/week = 168 hours / month. This includes knowing the concepts of Grammar, SC, RC, CR, Quant, and strategies in answering questions and mastering the GMAT Exam pattern by writing MockTests.

MY SCHEDULE

1. 7:00 AM - WAKE UP.
2. 7:30 AM - 08: 30 AM - JOGGING.
3. 8:30 AM - 09: 30 AM - BREAKFAST + GET READY TO WORK
4. 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM - A MINI - TEST (Everyday practice, as Real-exam, is in the MORNING SLOT )
5. 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM - COMMUTE TO WORK (REVISE: RIGHT & WRONG ANSWERS OF EXAM IN OFFICE CAB)
6. 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 1 ( LEARN A NEW CONCEPT )
7. 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM - LUNCH. ( EAT FOR 40 mins and WALK to be ACTIVE)
8. 02:00 PM - 6:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 2
9. 06:00 PM - 6:30 PM - BREAK.
10.06:30 PM - 8:00 PM - GMAT SESSION 3
11. 08:00 PM - 08:30 PM - DINNER AT OFFICE CANTEEN.
12. 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM - REVISION OF TODAY'S LESSONS. (COMMUTE BACK TO HOME)
13. 9:30 PM - 10:30 PM - FAMILY TIME & HOUSE CLEANING.
14. 10:30 PM - 11:00 PM - BE IN BED TO SLEEP.

SLEEP FOR 8 HOURS.

I'd be periodically posting once in 4 days of my progress.

All comments are welcomed on my PLAN.


Don't limit yourself to time,plan on tackling topics on a daily basis and finish them.
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Re: GOAL TO CRACK GMAT EXCELLENCE IN UNDER 30 DAYS   [#permalink] 22 Feb 2019, 07:26
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