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# How to increase my score from 400 to 700+

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26 Mar 2019, 23:31
I gave a mock and scored 400 ( 35Q and 10V) what should I study plan be for the next two months to get into the 700+ zone?

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27 Mar 2019, 04:02
Sunaina7 wrote:
I gave a mock and scored 400 ( 35Q and 10V) what should I study plan be for the next two months to get into the 700+ zone?

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Hello,

I would suggest you buy the online official guides and start practicing like 5-10 questions every day. In parallel continue solving topic wise questions on GMAT club.

So let's say you studied inequalities today. So start by doing sub-600 level questions then move on to 600-700 level and finally above 700. (I would suggest checking questions submitted by Bunuel as they are always of high quality and always go for the questions with a lot of responses so even if you don't know how to solve you can have a look at the responses!)
Do this for as many topics as possible. Both verbal and quant.

Keep giving one mock every fortnight to keep a tab on your improvement. I would suggest giving the GMAT official mocks only when ur close to the actual test date when you are hopefully in 600-650 range. Also, practice only the official questions near the test, don't mix with other test prep questions you may have.

All the best and keep us posted on your progress.
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27 Mar 2019, 10:09
Sunaina7 wrote:
I gave a mock and scored 400 ( 35Q and 10V) what should I study plan be for the next two months to get into the 700+ zone?

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Figure out your weak area and focus on it.

and be confident NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE.
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27 Mar 2019, 14:19
I would recommend that you enroll in an online course. If I were to choose, I would go with EMPOWERgmat. I highly recommend the EMPOWERgmat course because it covers concepts very effectively and offers some of the best strategies for both Quant, and Verbal, and is one of the main reasons I have comfortably score 700+ in all practices tests. With a disciplined preparation of 3 months with EMPOWERgmat, you can get a 700+ on the test day. All the best.
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