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I am planning to give gmat in september. I'm not taking any coaching. My target score is 750. I want to know if i enough time to achieve this score and also how should i plan it out. I am studying full time at home i don't have a job currently.
Also can someone tell me where can i find free sectional and full length tests so that i can get an idea of where i stand?

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Hi,
I am planning to give gmat in september. I'm not taking any coaching. My target score is 750. I want to know if i enough time to achieve this score and also how should i plan it out. I am studying full time at home i don't have a job currently.
Also can someone tell me where can i find free sectional and full length tests so that i can get an idea of where i stand?

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New post 27 May 2020, 01:14
Hi muskaanyadav122

Thanks for reaching out on the forum, it feels good to see you coming out and asking for advice.

It seems like you are just beginning with the preparation. Before we delve into strategies to improve Quant and Verbal, you must

    • Set a Target Score
    • Make a study plan to reach that target score

Doing this will make your preparation focused on the target which is the most efficient way to study. A study plan would also help you estimate the amount of time you would need to study and thereby when to plan the test.

We have helped more than 25,000 people in last 1 year in achieving their target of a good GMAT score. Maximum people attributed their success to the structured process which we suggested them. I suggest you break your preparation into 3 stages and follow the below plan:

    Stage – 1 -->Learn the concepts
    Stage – 2 --> Cement the concepts by practicing a sub-section in Isolation
    Stage – 3 --> Become test ready (practicing all the sub-sections together)

If you follow the above approach you can expect your preparation to get over in a timeline of 2-3 months with 18 hours of preparation time per week.

You can also analyse your ability topic-wise and skip stages if you are good in a topic, this will expedite your preparation even further.

I would be happy to explain this Strategy in detail and create personalized milestones for you on a quick call. Please select a time slot that works here.

Hope the above strategy get you to your target score

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muskaanyadav122 wrote:
Hi,
I am planning to give gmat in september. I'm not taking any coaching. My target score is 750. I want to know if i enough time to achieve this score and also how should i plan it out. I am studying full time at home i don't have a job currently.
Also can someone tell me where can i find free sectional and full length tests so that i can get an idea of where i stand?

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Hi Muskaan, it would help if you could let us know a bit about your profile.

You might also want to read our GMAT Preparation Plan blog.
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New post 27 May 2020, 22:06
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muskaanyadav122 wrote:
Hi,
I am planning to give gmat in september. I'm not taking any coaching. My target score is 750. I want to know if i enough time to achieve this score and also how should i plan it out. I am studying full time at home i don't have a job currently.
Also can someone tell me where can i find free sectional and full length tests so that i can get an idea of where i stand?

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Hi Muskaan, it would help if you could let us know a bit about your profile.

You might also want to read our GMAT Preparation Plan blog.
I am an economics honours graduate. I have 4 actuarial papers cleared. I've just started preparing for gmat, say, a week ago. I am targetting at least a 720 on the gmat this september.

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