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# NEED SOLID STUDY PLAN TO GET TO 650

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NEED SOLID STUDY PLAN TO GET TO 650  [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2014, 13:51
HELP!

Im scheduled to take the GMAT in 2.5 months. I desperately need a 650. Last time I took it, 2yrs ago I was stuck at 550.
Really need a solid plan to get to 650. I've already went through all MGMAT guides and taken a prep class.
I get pretty bad test anxiety and make numerous silly mistakes under pressure. Im also a creative, not math orientated at all!

New Materials I plan to use:
OG13
CR Bible
GMAT Club tests
OG Quant Review
My flashcards

Plan:

Study 3-hrs/day
Use month 1 for studying on paper; keep error log; take 1 practice test
Use month 2 for studying online; keep error log, take 1 practice test
Use last 3 weeks for review; take another practice test
...cross my fingers for a 650 !!!

Will this work? Am I missing anything!!? HELP!!!!
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07 Jun 2014, 21:03
How much did you score on the mock tests you took before your first GMAT attempt? If test anxiety is the problem, then the best way to get over it theis to take as many mock tests as possible. Between the GMATPrep software (2 tests, 1 retake each = 4 tests) and the 6 MGMAT tests, you have 10 tests. You might still need to cross your fingers, but you'd have a fair idea of where you stand by then.

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Re: NEED SOLID STUDY PLAN TO GET TO 650  [#permalink]

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04 Sep 2018, 17:17
I have a similar situation right now.

Take a look at my thread from yesterday. I hope it helps!

Nlindler wrote:
HELP!

Im scheduled to take the GMAT in 2.5 months. I desperately need a 650. Last time I took it, 2yrs ago I was stuck at 550.
Really need a solid plan to get to 650. I've already went through all MGMAT guides and taken a prep class.
I get pretty bad test anxiety and make numerous silly mistakes under pressure. Im also a creative, not math orientated at all!

New Materials I plan to use:
OG13
CR Bible
GMAT Club tests
OG Quant Review
My flashcards

Plan:

Study 3-hrs/day
Use month 1 for studying on paper; keep error log; take 1 practice test
Use month 2 for studying online; keep error log, take 1 practice test
Use last 3 weeks for review; take another practice test
...cross my fingers for a 650 !!!

Will this work? Am I missing anything!!? HELP!!!!
Re: NEED SOLID STUDY PLAN TO GET TO 650   [#permalink] 04 Sep 2018, 17:17
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