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HELP FOR STUDY PLAN AND ONDEMAND COURSES REFERENCES

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New post 30 Jul 2017, 02:41
HII this is sangram from malaysia satrting my preparation for GMAT for the month of january-2018.It’s being 7 years i haven’t touched any book for study due to full time work.Since it is an Gmat Club forum group where some of you must have also faced same situtaion.I wanted some suggestions for my study plan and references of good on demand course so that i can start as an beginner with having my basics clear.Please do suggest me some so that i can be helpful to me.
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HII this is sangram from malaysia satrting my preparation for GMAT for the month of january-2018.It’s being 7 years i haven’t touched any book for study due to full time work.Since it is an Gmat Club forum group where some of you must have also faced same situtaion.I wanted some suggestions for my study plan and references of good on demand course so that i can start as an beginner with having my basics clear.Please do suggest me some so that i can be helpful to me.



Hi, Sangram.
I am happy to help. :-)
First of all, make yourself acquainted with the complete MAT format and the structure of questions.
You have sufficient time to prepare well and get a decent score.

I would vouch for MAGOOSH if you are a beginner, especially for quant. In their video lessons MIKE takes you from the complete basic to advance level very carefully. And plus they have huge question bank to help you master those concepts. On top of that, their prices are very economical comparing with many other programs which are mostly costly.
I also recommend looking into Egmat's SC program. You can just buy the single module. SC here stands for Sentence Correction.

Lastly, learn the basics as fast as you can. And then practice, practice, practice.
Only that will help you crack GMAT.

Be active here on GMATclub and solve as many questions as you can here.

In case you need any further guidance, I will be more than happy to help.

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New post 31 Jul 2017, 00:17
Hi sangramjk,

First of all, Welcome to GMATClub.

Since you are beginning with preparation after 7 years, I would recommend you to go the following things:

1. Download the GMATPrep software and take one of two free tests you get. You will find this in mba.com.
Once you have a preliminary score, the experts in the forum will be able to give you a clear path
as to how you should proceed.

2. Once, you begin with the preparation for GMAT, it makes sense to clear your concepts for every topic
and follow it up with some practice. To build your concepts, you could use Manhattan Guides/Math Book by GMATClub.

For SC, I will second Inten21 to use the eGmat to build your concepts.

There is no easy route to achieving a high accuracy in CR and RC, except extensive pratice.
You could use the PowerScore CR bible in order to get a basic understanding of how the CR section works.
For RC this link is very beneficial: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-club-s- ... 83101.html

As for practice, you can find all the questions at GMATClub. The Timer feature will give you a real feel of test.
Also, Follow Bunuel at the Math Forum(for Quant Section)
His signature contains some awesome questions that give you the true taste of GMAT(Baker's Dozen, 12 Easy Pieces etc..)
Make sure you solve each and every question he puts up on the forum.

Last but not the least, this is a post which will benefit you immensely(with regards to choosing a good study plan)
https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-study-plan-217827.html

Hope this helps you!
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New post 31 Jul 2017, 00:56
sangramjk wrote:
HII this is sangram from malaysia satrting my preparation for GMAT for the month of january-2018.It’s being 7 years i haven’t touched any book for study due to full time work.Since it is an Gmat Club forum group where some of you must have also faced same situtaion.I wanted some suggestions for my study plan and references of good on demand course so that i can start as an beginner with having my basics clear.Please do suggest me some so that i can be helpful to me.



Hi ,

Welcome to GMAT Club. First, try to get familiar with the test format and about what is being tested.
Then , try to get through the Basics.
For non native speakers egmat Verbal course is good
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