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# spending time in GMAT Club- Help please!

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29 Aug 2007, 08:31
Hey Guys and Gals!

I am trying to determine how many hours is ideal to spend in the GMAT club on verbal / Quant section

With my GMAT 1 month away, and hectic work schedule.. I am really struggling to find time..

My Work timings are 10 - 7 P.M during week days
at the moment I am only studying for 2 hours week days and 5 hours weekends..

I took a practice test recently and scored 510 in Princenton.. which is no way near to my goal score..

I also try and spend quite a bit of time trying out questions posted in the forum

My goal score is 650 and I am no genius either

suggestions??

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29 Aug 2007, 17:05
Sumithra,

The only way to succeed in GMAT is by practicing as much as you can.
typically 3 hours during week days and 8 hours during weekends seems to work for some.

I am sure if you keep practicising , you will get your goal score!

Best of luck

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29 Aug 2007, 18:04
I think you should come to GMAT Club after you are done with your day's work ie. your normal work and GMAT prep / practice ....

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30 Aug 2007, 00:39
trahul4 wrote:
I think you should come to GMAT Club after you are done with your day's work ie. your normal work and GMAT prep / practice ....

i scroll through gmatclub a few times during the day when i am at work

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30 Aug 2007, 01:28
If you can steal some time off work and browse GMATclub during your office hours, then thats great

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