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Have years before taking the GMAT - What should I study before?

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I'm planning on applying for business schools in a few years, giving me a lot of time to practice my english, math and verbal. As I don't want to waste official GMAT material ant test on this first phase of studying, I was wondering if there is any material from other tests I can go over at this time (like LSATs)?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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New post 23 Mar 2018, 09:19
Hey ConnieM ,

Welcome to GMATClub :)

I think that's a great decision to start early and get done with GMAT asap so that you can work on other components of your profile.

I would not prefer to start doing LSAT. As the first step, you should take the GMATPrep free mock test(you can download it from http://www.mba.com) and determine your base score as well as the weaknesses.

Once done, you can start learning the basics first and then gauge your performance using either Manhattan or veritas preps if not official.

Suggestion: Don't expand the time period of preparation alot. This may go against you.

All the best :)
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Hi ConnieM,

Welcome to gmatclub. Here is the step by step guide for beginners.

Hope this helps
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Hey ConnieM

Welcome to GMATClub!

You will need to build your concepts before you can get started with solving questions.
My sincere advice to you will be to try and build your concepts using the Manhattan
Strategy guides. Staying in touch with the concepts will help you immensely when you
start with serious preparation.

Also, in order to build a good appetite for Verbal, you should do a lot of reading.
This is an awesome post which will help you with some awesome recommendations.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/books-to-rea ... 76079.html
Include a few articles from the WSJ, Economist, or Scientific American to your daily
reading till you are ready to take on the dreaded Verbal section.

Hope this helps you.
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