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01 Sep 2003, 14:17
Any suggestions as to what would be the optimal study plan till then?
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02 Sep 2003, 21:37
I think now you have 7 left?? How good are you on Math vs Verbal?

Day 1: Take a practice test -- PowerPrep test #1 from mba.com. Focus on accuracy, but don't take too much time.

Day 2: Review math concepts -- do practice problems in PS and work through difficult issues. Make sure you can do a good deal of the problems you believe to be on the more difficult side.

Day 3: Same, repeat for DS.

Day 4: Review verbal -- need more info from you to help determine how

Day 5: Same as above

Day 6: Practice test #2, PowerPrep test from mba.com. Focus on TIMING, getting things done on time and not taking more than 2.5-3 mins on any question.

Day 7: review the concepts that gave you the most trouble and iron down the fundamentals.

Try to do 45-50 problems on each of days 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Do you have to take so soon?
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03 Sep 2003, 21:32
Thanks for the tips JP. I actually ended up going through the powerprep tests the past 2 days. Wish they had included a test that wasn't already in the OG. I'm noticing that my number one problem is speed reading and missing that word(s) that make the difference in the question. I have to be more careful. Time seems to be ok but not sure if it's because I've already gone through the guide.

Also, trying to go through a lot of the math questions that are posted here and in another forum. I should be doing the same for verbal but I'm trying to make sure that I understand all of the math topics. Don't really see any way of improving the verbal besides breezing through the Kaplan Verbal book again, which I plan to do on Sunday.
03 Sep 2003, 21:32
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