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I'm planning to take the test this year. To apply the year 2018, I write 310 in my first simulated test. I will be glad if anyone helps me prepare an online study plan to get a higher score, over 650

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I'm planning to take the test this year. To apply the year 2018, I write 310 in my first simulated test. I will be glad if anyone helps me prepare an online study plan to get a higher score, over 650

Dear calbertocb2

My friend, first of all, I want to apologize that you have been waiting so long for a response. I don't know whether you looked at the announcements in this sub-forum--my priorities at Magoosh shifted away from this forum, so there's a much longer wait time until I respond. I am happy to help now. :-)

My friend, it sounds as if you have a great deal to learn. First of all, I highly recommend downloading Magoosh's flashcard sets:
GMAT Idiom Flashcards
GMAT Math Flashcards
Drilling those on your phone will help you with many basics.

I will recommend these two blogs:
How to Study for GMAT Math
How to Improve Your GMAT Verbal Score

I will recommend this study plan:
3 Month GMAT Study Guide for Beginners

Finally, I think that Magoosh can really help you. We have a large lesson library designed to teach you all the content and strategies you need. Here are a few free lessons:
Computer Adaptive Testing
SC Strategy: Using Splits
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We also have 1000+ GMAT Practice questions. Here's a sample DS question:
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Here's a sample CR question:
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When you submit your answer to either question, the following page will have a full video explanation of the question. Each Magoosh question comes with its own VE, a mini-lesson about the question right there. This sort of immediate feedback, right after each question, will provide the accelerated learning that you need to make major improvements.

I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you have any specific questions.

Mike :-)
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New post 31 May 2017, 18:22
You can use the practice questions from GMAT Club too. These questions are really great.

Good luck.

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You can use the practice questions from GMAT Club too. These questions are really great.
Good luck.

Actually, calbertocb2, I would say that the GMAT Club math questions are excellent--I've never seen a bad one. By contrast, I would give the GMAT Club verbal questions a lukewarm recommendation: some are solid, but some are not so good.
Mike
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New post 01 Jun 2017, 10:10
Hi ,
your score is indicative that you need to study hard but believe me 65o is achievable
First you should study official guide then only think about other materials.
you can read gmat maths book by gmatclub . This is freely available.

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