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# How to best utilize study time and resources

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27 Dec 2012, 06:58
Hi guys - In the spring, I will begin my "official" studying for the GMAT. My end goal is to apply to schools in December 2013 with a GMAT score in the low to mid 700s. I took a few practice tests and scored 640 and 610. I was pretty dead even in both verbal and quant (59th percentiles-ish). I currently have the full set of manhattan gmats including advance quant, OG 12th edition, OG quant, verbal, and Kaplan 2013 premier. I've read a lot of posts on here and want to really nail down a solid study plan now so I don't have to second guess my preparation and can fully devote my time to studying. From now until the spring, I will have about 5 hours/week to study and then come may I will be done w school and will devote 10 straight weeks of 40-50 hour study weeks with the test in week 11. Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks

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27 Dec 2012, 22:26
Nope. Sounds good. You just need to start

Would recommend a few other tools:
MGMAT Roadmap - a neat book with some useful study tips
GMAT ToolKit - iPhone/Android mobile app for studying
Also, the study plan here: gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html

Otherwise, you are pretty well setup.
P.S. I had a 540 on my diagnostic, so 600-640 is a great result!
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09 Feb 2013, 05:50
Your study pattern seem fine to me but paying proper attention with complete concentration is the thing which you might hear a lot and definitely is the thing seen among many aspirants. Well I would also advice you to continue with a daily exercise schedule to remain active through out.
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