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New post 27 Jul 2019, 12:28
Hi every one ,

I am statrting GMAT today, my exam is exactly in two months
Can I score 700? What is the best plan to start and get the score? I am free and I can put the time to study
Thanks I advance

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New post 27 Jul 2019, 15:44
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Hi every one ,

I am statrting GMAT today, my exam is exactly in two months
Can I score 700? What is the best plan to start and get the score? I am free and I can put the time to study
Thanks I advance

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Given the track record of the Humans I've seen, I'd suggest you to go for this link first, it is a 2 month plan, just that you'll need to work really hard, GMAT ain't no piece of cake but this link will give you every thing
https://gmatclub.com/forum/beginner-to- ... l#p2313182
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New post 27 Jul 2019, 15:51
I am up for it, I know it is hard but some times you have only one option
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I am up for it, I know it is hard but some times you have only one option
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Great then get on with it. It's a perfect plan for working with official material. Leave a like there and here if u like it
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New post 09 Aug 2019, 10:58
Hello aboushady,

We wish you the best of luck for the preparation. You have decent 2-months time, and if you study with dedication, a target score of 700 or above is achievable.

Let’s be very clear that the desired score of 700 or above needs various possible combinations: V37/Q50, V39/Q49, V43/Q45

First thing first, get reliable resources for you to study. You need updated questions that meet the GMAT trend.

For Verbal sentence correction, you may refer to OG or Aristotle Grail.

For RC and CR, start practicing 600+ level questions. They are available on this forum.

For Math, visit our website, https://www.mathrevolution.com and check our free trial lessons and free videos.

After building some basic concepts, take a free diagnostic test on our website. Share your scores with us to guide you in a much better way. You may also connect with our experts to understand the concepts, and you may take their help in doubts you may face.

If the score is a bit shaky, take our 5- hour lesson plan which caters the basics of maths.

Once, you are through with basic concepts, for verbal try solving 700+ level questions and for quant, try our Q 51 shortcut module to learn quick and alternative approaches to solve the problems thus saving you the time.

Appear for as many as mock tests you can. It will help you track your regular performance, and you will always have an opportunity to improve in weaker sections.

Let us know if you have further questions.

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