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# HELP! Need a study plan...Any suggestions?!!?

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09 Aug 2008, 18:23
I took a diagnostic test a scored <500, and am giving myself an extra month to get my score up!

I'm know I'm smart and I can get this. Went to a great uni, graduated with honors in 3 years. and its def doable, I studied for about a week and got that feeling, it's crackable. I was hoping to get in the 600s but clearly that didn't happen.

So now I have until the end the sept, about a month and half to study and work on apps. NOTHING ELSE!.

I'm willing to study how many hours a day to make this happen, 6-7-8, whatever it takes.

Could anyone pls advise a study plan to make my goal of 700+ happen?

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09 Aug 2008, 18:40
If you took a diagnostic test and got less than 500, you might think about giving yourself more than 1 month to prep for it. Unless you're doing this full time and have no job or responsibilities at all, 1 month is not enough time. I think most people on here take around 3 months of prep. I took 3 months of prep and raised my score 70 points.

osirus wrote:
I took a diagnostic test a scored <500, and am giving myself an extra month to get my score up!

I'm know I'm smart and I can get this. Went to a great uni, graduated with honors in 3 years. and its def doable, I studied for about a week and got that feeling, it's crackable. I was hoping to get in the 600s but clearly that didn't happen.

So now I have until the end the sept, about a month and half to study and work on apps. NOTHING ELSE!.

I'm willing to study how many hours a day to make this happen, 6-7-8, whatever it takes.

Could anyone pls advise a study plan to make my goal of 700+ happen?

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09 Aug 2008, 19:04
i will be studying full time for about a month and a half.

any suggestions on a study plan?

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