Rhyme - what do you think about adding in before/after scores if gmatclubbers have it - this way we also see the amount of improvement as a function of time spent.
Template example:
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STUDY HISTORYxx hrs/day
xx # of days
etc - in however much detail you'd like - similar to what Rhyme has already
SCORE ON ASSESSMENT TEST (IF AVAILABLE)GMATprep/
MGMAT/Kaplan - xxx (xxQ xxV)
FINAL GMAT SCORExxx (xxQ xxV)
STUDY HISTORYWorked through all 138 SC questions from OG11 - ~2 min a question - ~280 min
Reviewed all that I answered incorrectly - ~40 questions - ~5 min a question - ~200 min
Worked through last 50 PS questions from OG11 - ~2 min a question - ~100 min
Reviewed all that I answered incorrectly - ~5 questions - ~5 min a question - ~25 min
Worked through last 30 PS questions from OG11 - ~2 min a question - ~60 min
Reviewed all that I answered incorrectly - ~8 questions - ~5 min a question - 40 min
Reading about random GMAT stuff online - ~5-10 hrs
3 practice exams (GMATprep 1/2/and 1 again) - ~3-4 hours each - ~12 hrs
total study min => 280 + 200 + 100 + 25 + 60 + 40 min = 705 min = ~11 1/2 hrs
Online reading = ~5-10 hrs
total practice exam hr = ~12hrs
Total study time = ~30-35 hrs
SCORE ON ASSESSMENT TEST (IF AVAILABLE)GMATprep - 720 (48Q 41V)
FINAL GMAT SCORE760 (49Q 44V)
~50 min per point increase