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# Request help with GMAT study plan and strategy

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08 Jan 2010, 12:24
Hello all,

My current GMAT score is 660 (V38, Q44).
My target score is 750.

So I am starting afresh. I have 6 to 8 weeks for preparation. I haven't made a test appointment yet. I have applied to some schools with my current score in the R1 but want to retake the GMAT and send it across. Will apply in R2 as well.

I have finalized my study material (based on reviews and comments in the forums here)
- OG 11th Edition
- OG Verbal, CR, Math
- MGMAT SC, Number properties
- Powerscore CR

I am not going to register in classes; my work schedule does not sync with classroom based sessions. I am looking at Knewton however and will most likely take it.

I aware that many people have posted their study strategies, experiences etc but I feel at a loss because of my time constraint.Do you have any thoughts/opinions on how I can possibly make a study plan and strategize?

Your suggestions will be much appreciated.
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08 Jan 2010, 22:11
I am summarizing what others would usually say. take a GmatPrep and evaluate your scores. See what you are weak in...Then you can plan your study. MGMAT books are really good, considering the fact that they deal with specific topics. powerscore for CR and MGMAT SC for sc is sufficient!!!
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08 Jan 2010, 22:41
Here is a good starting point for you: gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html
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