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# Regarding preparation for GMAT!

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12 Jun 2018, 13:41
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

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12 Jun 2018, 18:22
Hi panthu110,

GMAT Club's math pdf is a very good one as a refresher at quant.

You can start with the url below posted by bb. https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-study-p ... ml#p605856
It was super helpful for me at least.
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13 Jun 2018, 03:17
panthu110 wrote:
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

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Start with Manhattan GMAT prep and OA. If you spend about 2-3 hours each day, you can get it, I suppose (remember I am not expert anw).
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13 Jun 2018, 07:13
panthu110 wrote:
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

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Hi
I would suggest to study from the MGMAT guides for Quant and Verbal. They are comprehensive and cover the entire syllabus of the Gmat.
You have 1 year for preparation and it is sufficient. Analyze the prep test and know your strength and weaknesses. Then start working on your weakness. Then you can start solving questions from the OG. Analyze each and every question and maintain an error log.
Hope it helps.
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13 Jun 2018, 09:01
panthu110 wrote:
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

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Go to mba.com and try a GMAT prep mock first. Then buy a set of latest MGMAT guides for both Q and V. Download GMAT club's math and verbal book. That would be good start.

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28 Jun 2018, 02:55
panthu110 wrote:
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

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Hey panthu110
June 19 is a year off, so to be honest I wouldn't suggest doing anything now. It's too far off and you will forget what you study now.
I recommend starting to study 2 or three months before, depending on your schedule.
Here is a blog post you may find useful, about how long to study for the GMAT: https://exampal.com/gmat/blog/how-long-to-prepare-gmat/
And here is on about a recommended 2-month study-plan: https://exampal.com/gmat/blog/prepare-gmat-60-days/
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28 Jun 2018, 03:56
DavidTutorexamPAL wrote:
panthu110 wrote:
Hi,
I got 600 in Veritas free mock.(720+ Target)
I am planning my exam in June '19.
With average Quant and average Verbal,
I am skeptical where to start prep with.

I have not yet started preparation diligently, and I feel to brush up my Quant concepts and stats from 0.
Let me know what should I refer for both, Quant as well as Verbal and what should I start with.

Sent from my Mi A1 using GMAT Club Forum mobile app

Hey panthu110
June 19 is a year off, so to be honest I wouldn't suggest doing anything now. It's too far off and you will forget what you study now.
I recommend starting to study 2 or three months before, depending on your schedule.
Here is a blog post you may find useful, about how long to study for the GMAT: https://exampal.com/gmat/blog/how-long-to-prepare-gmat/
And here is on about a recommended 2-month study-plan: https://exampal.com/gmat/blog/prepare-gmat-60-days/
Got it. Thanks a lot

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