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Hey guys,

So right now I am finishing up the Manhattan Math Foundations book. My plan once finished is the following.

1.) Finish the Manhattan strategy guide quant books, working with the associated OG questions. Try to do a practice test every 2 or 3 weeks. Hopefully have those finished after 6 weeks.

2.) Move on to verbal. Review the Manhattan strategy guide books for the verbal section. Also do OG questions and try to test every few weeks.

I also have 12th and 13th OG books, Powerscore critical reasoning bible, Kaplan new GMAT premier 2013, OG quant review book and OG verbal book.

So my questions are, how do I incorporate all these books?

I want to take the test by 12/15. I intend on studying 2 or 3 hours every night, and 5 hours on Sat and Sun.

Do I have enough time? Does it make sense to do the first 6 weeks on math, following 6 weeks on verbal then the last 4 or 5 weeks on fine tuning/practice test taking? How often should I be taking practice tests?

So many questions! Any insight would be appreciated.

Thanks

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New post 05 Aug 2013, 14:32
I think it is perfect in terms of timing.

You should plan on finishing about a month before the date (you will run late so you will end up with 2 weeks for CATs and other fine tuning elements)

Have you taken a diagnostic rest yet?

One thing I wished I did was having a day off from studies. It was really rough by the end of the 3-4 months

Finally, get a copy of the mgmat roadmap. It is a good book that talks about the intangibles for the test


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