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Rising Junior - What can I do in the meantime?

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Hey guys,

I'm currently a rising junior in college that will be graduating in May of 2013. I plan on taking the GMAT at the end of next summer (2012), just before my senior year starts.

With that being said, is there anything I can do NOW to prepare?

I'm very strong when it comes to english/critical reading (31 & 34 on the ACT, respectively), but pretty average when it comes to math (25 on the ACT; fwiw, I got a 30 overall composite - 96th percentile). I'm not trying to draw any comparisons between the ACT and the GMAT because I realize the ACT is child's play in comparison; I'm merely trying to give you guys a better idea of my strengths and weaknesses.

I have yet to take a test and establish a floor, but I can say that I'm going to be shooting for a 700 based off the schools I'm interested in.

Anyway, one thing you can count on me doing is reading these forums on a daily basis...just as I read the forums at talk.collegeconfidential for 2-3 years when learning/preparing for the ACT.

I am open to any advice and I certainly look forward to y'all's responses.

Thanks,

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Its never too early too start. Identify your weaknesses early with a diagnostic CAT, or the Diag available in these forums, and you will then have plenty of time to work on your problem areas.

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