Hi Prateekj05,
You ask a REALLY good question. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to answer. There are a myriad of variables that affect how long a student will need, including how much she already knows about the GMAT, how good she is at learning new material, how strong her memory is, how many hours a day she’s willing or able to study, whether she’s eating right and exercising, whether she’s getting enough quality sleep each night, how tired she is while studying, her level of daily stress, and a number of other factors.
So, the best thing to do is to go hard –- as hard as you can for a month -– and see how much you complete. For example, let’s say that after a month, you complete (AND BUILD MASTERY OF) four chapters. You could then estimate that the course will take you about five months to complete. Of course, this is just an estimate, but at least it’s a PERSONALIZED estimate. As you can see,
Blackhawks32 was able to increase his quant score by 14 points in 2 months. However, other students may need more like 3+ months to achieve such a score increase.
Remember, the
TTP Course is competency-based, not time-based. In other words, the course provides you with everything (literally) that you’ll need to earn whatever GMAT quant score you’d like. The sky is the limit. You just need to follow the study plan, which will guide you through the process.
I’m happy to provide some more personalized advice regarding how you can best utilize the
TTP course, so please reach out to me directly, and we can set up some time to chat further.
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