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Leaving job to crack GMAT

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Joined: 13 Apr 2013
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Location: India
Concentration: International Business, Operations
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New post 10 Nov 2017, 11:16
Guys,

It has been 4 years since I joined GMAT club. Studied on and off for GMAT for 4 years. Gave GMAT once and scored 480 Q 33 V 21. Tried all strategies not one. Wasted a lot of time in these 4 years also. Now I have made my mind to give a shot to GMAT finally. I have decided to leave my job from 30th November and to prepare for GMAT for almost 3 to 4 months full time. I hope I will get all the help from this community to crack GMAT. My weak areas are RC and DS mostly but rest of the topics are also not in good shape. Please suggest some strategies topic wise if possible. Most of the people reacts negatively when tell them my plan to leave a good job and I always tries motivate myself. But its not easy to get away from such negativity without getting affected. So some motivation is also required :-D . Please suggest how to start, about routines, error log etc. Targeting top B schools such as HBS , IIM A, ISB, Kellogg, INSEAD etc and having 9 years of experience in a reputed company and B.Tech. Target Score 750+. I hope to have your great advice soon.

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New post 10 Nov 2017, 11:24
If you believe that's the best option for you, don't listen to what other people are saying.

What concerns GMAT prep. I would suggest using both Magoosh and E-gmat, I have used them both, and they really helped improve my basics. Nonetheless, there are a lot of resources on GMAT Club, for free!

I learned from my mistakes that solving problems without understanding the concepts behind them is the worst mistake I could have done. Therefore, I suggest following these two great guys:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/members/member-73391.html - for quant

https://gmatclub.com/forum/members/member-71830.html - for verbal

When you open their profiles, you will find links to topics which are covered in great detail.
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