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Hello all,

I have just recently started my GMAT journey for B school. My plan is to apply to one of the top business schools in the Boston area for Fall 2020.

Therefore, I am starting the study process now. Here is my question, if you had 6 months - a year to study, the right way, what would you do?


Currently I am doing TTP and love it! What are good options for the Verbal section?


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Hello... Ego4sho ...welcome to the community.

As you are just starting ... please go through the link below:
https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-study-p ... ml#p605856
It will give you a nice starting platform.

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Hello I found the study blog posts in GMAT club very useful as well as e-gmat study plan


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New post 07 Jan 2019, 13:56
Ego4sho wrote:
Hello all,

I have just recently started my GMAT journey for B school. My plan is to apply to one of the top business schools in the Boston area for Fall 2020.

Therefore, I am starting the study process now. Here is my question, if you had 6 months - a year to study, the right way, what would you do?


Currently I am doing TTP and love it! What are good options for the Verbal section?


Thanks,
Michael

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Quant:
1/ TTP,
2/Quantum GMAT
https://gmatquantum.com/

3/ follow bunuel's all post

Verbal:
1/ watch all the videos of "Thursdays with Ron". This is the BEST materials I have ever seen! ( I'm reluctant to comment to others materials those are here and there)
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