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Looking For A GMAT Mentor

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Looking For A GMAT Mentor  [#permalink]

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New post 28 Dec 2017, 00:16
I was wondering if someone could guide me a bit on how to go about beating the GMAT. No one in my circle of friends and acquaintance has done GMAT so I'm looking for a mentor who could:
• Help me strategize and study effectively for the exam. Not looking for private tutor or help with theory since I've already completed a Manhattan Prep in-person course and I'm half way through E-GMAT Live Verbal Prep course.
• Share one's experience on beating the GMAT
• Discuss the various resources (material and GMATClub resources) that one used
• Video chat through any medium (Skype, Facetime or whatever) to discuss my doubts related to preparation

I could pay you for your time so please help a brother out :D

I've been preparing for GMAT for over an year but haven't been able to hit my target score of 750. I know GMATClub has a lot of resources that could help but it's easy to spend endless time on these forums. Hence, it would be good to have a mentor who's done his research and been through this phase.

I would really appreciate your help so please let me know.

PS: You don't need to be a private tutor. I would actually prefer someone who's an aspiring MBA candidate and has a success story on GMATClub for some validation.
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New post 28 Dec 2017, 00:45
Hi! Which areas have you identified as your weak areas.

Also, while you are not hitting your target score of 750, what scores are you hitting in mocks?
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