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Reappearing for the GMAT after a two years

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Hello,

I'm an Indian working in the IT services sector as a senior application developer. I had had two attempts at the GMAT back in 2015 and scored 680 and 670 respectively in a span of 2 weeks. Since I was aiming for the IIMs and ISB, I didn't think the score was good enough, although I got a call from IIM Calcutta which I could not convert. I got demotivated and decided this was not my cup of tea. Life has shown me in the past two years that I'm better than that, and here I'm attempting another go at it and I'm targeting late March, early April 2018 to take the GMAT. I haven't given a full mock test yet, but I tried many questions, and I found I'm can achieve Q45 and V35 without putting much effort. I am targeting Q50 V42. Given that I work 10 hours excluding commute and come home to take care of my 10 month old baby for 2 hours, what should be my study plan? I can stretch at nights but can never wake up early.

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Hi Vivek, guess I am on the same page as you are. Scored 680 1.5 years back. Didn't bother to keep in touch with GMAT owing to work. Thinking of giving the exam in May'18

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