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Hello,

It has been one year that I didn’t study the GMAT and now I would like to do it again. After 2 hours of quick study, I decided to do an blank exam and I got 570 (28V & 45Q).

I am trying to get to top school thanks to my good grades and I am scared that I won’t reach 700+ in 3 months.
Do you guys have any recommendations? How could I improve my English and get better in V ? What study plan should I follow?

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Hello,

It has been one year that I didn’t study the GMAT and now I would like to do it again. After 2 hours of quick study, I decided to do an blank exam and I got 570 (28V & 45Q).

I am trying to get to top school thanks to my good grades and I am scared that I won’t reach 700+ in 3 months.
Do you guys have any recommendations? How could I improve my English and get better in V ? What study plan should I follow?

Thanks in advance.

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There are separate threads for GMAT and I hope one of the moderators will tag your post to the correct place.

Regarding your GMAT- the right studying strategy will help you increase your score, even from the current 570 to 700+ . Study hard and study smart. Do look through that GMAT section of GMATCLUB for some brilliant advice.
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Ross2018 wrote:
Hello,

It has been one year that I didn’t study the GMAT and now I would like to do it again. After 2 hours of quick study, I decided to do an blank exam and I got 570 (28V & 45Q).

I am trying to get to top school thanks to my good grades and I am scared that I won’t reach 700+ in 3 months.
Do you guys have any recommendations? How could I improve my English and get better in V ? What study plan should I follow?

Thanks in advance.

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It is good that you are dedicated and focused! You certainly have a long way to go but it is possible to get there. I wouldn't have canned advice on improving scores as this is a very individual question. We tend to advise applicants based on their circumstances. That said, the quant was not horrible so if you get a few books and brush up on verbal it will help. Perhaps tutoring would help to close the gap as well.

Take your time and pace yourself. Take one section at a time. Good luck and reach out if you want more guidance.

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