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Hi guys I gave my 1st prep on 8th sept and got 660 (q48,v34) and I have my paper on October 5 and want to score 700 + what should be the best strategy I should follow !


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Follow a plan:

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We recommend dedicated multiple consecutive days to your weakest section - so you can really drill in deep and remember what you learned the previous day.

Do this focused study for each of your weakest sections. Once you are comfortable, mix it up - and then test yourself.

Only walk into the test center if you are able to reach your target score during practice.

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Hi guys I gave my 1st prep on 8th sept and got 660 (q48,v34) and I have my paper on October 5 and want to score 700 + what should be the best strategy I should follow !


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As 15 days are left now so better to take CATs, upto 3-4 CATs (as only one month is left) are enough for your practice, take them in real sense real environment, review your result of all CATs and feel pressure of the real test, analyze your pace and build stamina

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Hi guys I gave my 1st prep on 8th sept and got 660 (q48,v34) and I have my paper on October 5 and want to score 700 + what should be the best strategy I should follow !


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Hi reshav,

25 days maybe a bit crunched to focus on a lot of different things. A lot depends on where you currently stand in terms of your practice score. If you need to focus on verbal, E-gmat verbal online or the E-gmat verbal live are both amazing courses that can really help you improve your scores.

However, given how close your GMAT date is, I personally do not think one should adopt any new method on the final leg of their GMAT Preparation. It may be nice to give a couple of mocks (the official ones) and work on your weaknesses, but trying something new might not work in anyone’s favour. However if you want to improve on any individual area such as Sentence Correction, you may subscribe to the individual SC course as you can finish the whole course in 10 days (with proper dedication). If however you are only looking to indentify and improve on your weak areas, I would encourage you to purchase the e-gmat scholaranium. It is without a doubt, one of the best practice tools for verbal and will indeed help you on the final leg of your preparations.

Hope this helps. All the best.
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New post 17 Sep 2017, 08:16
Hi Reshav,

you have left 15 days.
you can raise your quant score . Read manhattan quant book advance section.
Also if you have access to GMAT club quant , please try these tests. These are must to score q50/51
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