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Hi everyone,

I'm almost finished studying Quant and I want to start re-learning the Verbal part (I'm taking the exam for a 2nd time) of the exam. My only concern is that once I start diving into Verbal I'll start forgetting concepts in Quant.

When you are studying Verbal how do you keep your Quant knowledge fresh in your mind?

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Hi,
It is normal that you start to lose the hold on a subject when you leave it for some time. I would recommend you to give 30 minutes or an hour for Quant every day to keep you in a rhythm. Practicing 5-10 questions would be enough. :angel:
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Hi everyone,

I'm almost finished studying Quant and I want to start re-learning the Verbal part (I'm taking the exam for a 2nd time) of the exam. My only concern is that once I start diving into Verbal I'll start forgetting concepts in Quant.

When you are studying Verbal how do you keep your Quant knowledge fresh in your mind?

Thanks!

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Hi andi1,

You bring up an important issue - and if your current Study Plan does not provide you with period 'review' of the prior concepts that you've learned, then you have to build that review time into your schedule.

It's been several months since we last discussed your studies and plans:

1) What study materials have you been using since May?
2) Over the last 5 months, how have you scored on EACH of your CATs/mocks (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?
3) When are you planning to retake the GMAT?

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New post 22 Oct 2019, 19:45
Hi andi1,

I’m glad you reached out, and I’m happy to help. When you start studying verbal, you need to make sure that you do not cut off your quant prep entirely. You can stay in engaged with quant by doing mixed-topic practice sets as well as consistently looking through your notes/flash cards to ensure that no knowledge has slipped through the cracks. If while doing your quant practice you find that you’ve forgotten certain things, just make sure that you spend more time studying quant in addition to verbal.
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