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Hello GMAT/Quant experts!

I have taken the GMAT twice by now - once on July 20th 2017 (690 Q48 V38) and then immediately on 12th August 2017 (710 Q47 V41).

I was sorely disappointed with my quant score both times. I applied to 6 schools but didn't get through to any one. I am planning to apply in R1 this year, for which I'm planning to take the GMAT in June-end or July beginning. This gives me 2.5-3 months of time to study. I work 12 hours a day, including Saturdays and need a solid plan to get to a score of 750+ this time. I need help with the following things:

1) Do I need to re-do the whole quant, right from concepts? If not, where should I start?

My major problem in quant was time management (mostly because I spent too much time on DS) and I had trouble with a couple of topics (numbers, venn diagrams, equations and to an extent percentages). I also had a bit of a stamina problem. My mess-up on the first test was because I was totally fried by the time I reached the verbal (last) section.

2) Should I take up an online course (Math Revolution/Magoosh/Manhattan etc.) If so, which one would you recommend?

3) What should my study plan be, for quant and verbal?

4) What resources should I use?

Any and all tips are welcome!

Thank you!
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A little help here! I could really use the help. :-/
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