Hello everyone,
I plan on contributing in a positive manner to this site. I just need to get the hang with posting.
So I took a practice GMAT test last year sometime and I totally bombed it(430), I've pretty much have been putting it off until recently.
I did a lot worst on the math portion versus the English portion.
I earned my BS in Accounting and my long term goal is to work a big accounting firm(preferably The Big 4) I finished school with a 3.1 gpa and the masters program I want to get into is The University of Oklahoma online masters program for accounting. I've spoke to the admissions office and they told me that the online program is a lot more lenient on their requirements compared to the in class program.
This is my study plan... the end goal is a 700(I know going from a 430 to a 700...)
I know that my biggest weakness is the math. So after purchasing the
Manhattan GMAT Prep books I realized that I needed to start even below that so I purchased
the foundation math GMAT book. That's where I'm currently at, I will meet with a tutor once a week for now but hopefully we can start meeting twice a week by April. I plan on studying 8 hours a week and taking the test in July or August. So in total I plan on studying 160 hours.
Pretty much what I'm trying to ask is if this sounds like a solid plan 1st get a better understanding of the foundations of math required for the test then really jump into the GMAT studying.
Any comments, tips, and advice is appreciated.
Thank you!!!