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My strategy for 680-700

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Joined: 19 May 2012
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I am planning on taking my GMAT on 20th of January. I have two months to study which I have to combine with competitive school works and courses at my uni. However, I have dedicated 2 hours per day for GMAT Studies.

Manhattan strategy guides
OG guide
OG verbal and OG quantitative
Aristotle SC Grail

Please evaluate my strategy:
I will start by studying quant and SC simultaneously.
After finished the chapters and promblem-set. I will do the corresponding official set questions.
When doing this, I will review each wrong answered question immediately before I go on to next and will not consider time constraints when doing questions.

After finished every strategy guide book I will reread the chapters where most weaknesses where spotted.

After finished all 5 quantitative books I will read the advanced section of all books and conduct the same study strategy as before.

For the last month, I will start studying CR and RC for real and immerse into these.

Further, I read scientific papers, economists etc meanwhile.
So only focusing on SC and QUANT the first month, what do you guys think?

That will be 2 hr quant morning and 1 hr SC before bed every day.

What about my overall strategy, any resources that are missing?

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Start off with a practice test. Studying blindly isn't useful as you may spend time on topics that you do not need much prep on, and then spend less time on areas where you need more time to prep.

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