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New post 14 Nov 2013, 19:23
Guys help me make a study plan...Gmat in 19 days( 3 weeks roughly)..I have a lot of mocks and questions pending..

Resources completed

OG12 ( 50% RC left)
Mgmat SC
SC grail
Power score CR
MGMAT quant guides
Kaplan premier

Mocks Pending

Gmat prep = 6 mocks( 2 mocks 3 times repeat)
Veritas= 5 mocks
Mgmat= 4 mocks
Kaplan= 3 mocks
GC club test= 16 Quant mocks

Now way i can finish all of them, i need to build good stamina since i get tired after solving 10-15 questions in quant and by the time i reach verbal i feel like closing the test...So this is the reason i have decided to take mock every alternate day, review it on the same day and work on the concept part on the following day+ on the same day take one GC test as well...

By this i will be able to finish 10 mocks or so, is it good to build stamina?( I feel if my stamina is good and i can concentrate well, i can get 70% accuracy in RC, 80% in CR and 50% in SC). I believe i will be able to score V30+ with this much accuracy..

Except SC i have no weakness in verbal, just because of focus, lack of concentration i get tired out of it.

In quant except P & c(easy), probabilyty(easy) and geometry (medium level), i am very comfortable with rest of the quant once i start gc club test i can improve my quant and improve 3 more points which will take my q score to Q46 or 47...

In my last 3 kaplan +1 MGMAT mock my Quant score has been Q40, 43,40 and in mgmat Q40(Again :() I want to know is their quant section/score similar to real gmat?? OR Real gmat gonna be more difficult than this...What score can i expect in quant on the real test?

Target score is 600+ with a realistic split(Q45 V28), I have kept final week for OG error log review, AWA, IR, revision from SC grail and power score CR....

Let me know guys if i am going wrong somewhere, if this sounds good, if its enough to achieve my target score...My verbal score 2 weeks back was V19 on MGMAT(Except CR, SC and RC were poor performance) how to take it to V32+ ?


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New post 15 Nov 2013, 11:38
Dear Planet Earth,

You're in a very interesting situation. I'm happy to offer what I can.

First of all, here's a one-month study plan. You will have to scale this back to the time you have left, but it could help you stay organized: ... -schedule/

On stamina and focus, read this blog very carefully: ... -the-gmat/
In particular, for the next three weeks
(1) get 8 hours of sleep every single night
(2) use little or no caffeine
(3) avoid anything with high-fructose corn syrup
(4) avoid any alcohol
(5) get vigorous aerobic exercise every day
(6) drink lots and lots of water
(7) eat very healthy; no junk food at all

Do all this, and keep your test-every-other-day routine, and I think you will build considerable stamina.

Mike :-)

Mike McGarry
Magoosh Test Prep



Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. — William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939)

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