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# Study Plan

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02 Dec 2018, 10:56
I have given GMAT twice and I am afraid and highly embarrassed to mention my score publicly. Keeping past in the past, however, I would like to have robust 75 days plan. I am considering myself to start from the scratch. My target is anything above 700.
I had used egmat before and though it's a good course and I recommended it to many people, it did not help me to score much. I am looking for some really good course/guide which can give me 75 days plan based on my current ability.

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02 Dec 2018, 15:06
Hi Cbirole,

Many Test Takers choose to take the GMAT more than once, so there's no reason to be embarrassed by any outcomes that didn't match your Goals. On the contrary, that data is essential to defining what you would need to work on, so we have to define all of the relevant information from your prior studies. Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

Studies:
1) How long did you study before each of your Official GMATs?
2) How did you Score on each attempt (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores)?
3) What study materials have you used so far?
4) How have you scored on EACH of your CATs/mocks (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?

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5) What is your goal score?
6) When are you planning to apply to Business School?
7) What Schools are you planning to apply to?

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02 Dec 2018, 20:30
Cbirole wrote:
I have given GMAT twice and I am afraid and highly embarrassed to mention my score publicly. Keeping past in the past, however, I would like to have robust 75 days plan. I am considering myself to start from the scratch. My target is anything above 700.
I had used egmat before and though it's a good course and I recommended it to many people, it did not help me to score much. I am looking for some really good course/guide which can give me 75 days plan based on my current ability.
I think you should consider a live class. Recorded sessions can help, but having someone look at your approach and help you correct your mistakes is usually far better, especially if you're not sure where you are going wrong.
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02 Dec 2018, 23:17
Hi Cbirole,

I am sorry to know that your scores did not improve despite using our course. I would like to look into Scholaranium data to help you identify the specific gaps in your preparation and how to improve on it. It would be great if you could share your ESR as well on support@e-gmat.com so that we can keep those data points also in mind and share the way forward.

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04 Dec 2018, 19:03
Hi Cbirole,

I’m sorry to hear how things have been going with the GMAT. Hang in there, my friend. If you can get on the right path, you really can improve your GMAT score. I’m happy to provide some advice but first would like to learn more about your situation with the GMAT. Once you respond to the questions asked, I can provide specific advice.

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