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Study Plan for 680+

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Planning to take up GMAT in the next 3-4 months. I'm into a full time job and is planning to take a sabbatical for the next few months as I am not getting sufficient time to study. My target for GMAT is 680+.
For the starter, I am currently going through the Manhattan Strategy Guides and working on my basics. Need guidance for the below:
1)What should be the best approach to reach the target
2)Is taking the sabbatical a good idea ?
3)Is the time which I've planned for is sufficient to reach the target?

Appreciate your help.

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Patatree - Welcome to GMAT Club!

I would highly recommend that you enroll in a structured online course rather use materials and free tutorial videos available online. As a working professional with only 3 months to prepare, you need to study a lot of new concepts and build a strong strategy to tackle each question type. Therefore, I would recommend that you start with the basics. Please review the GMAT Club's Study Plan.

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Hello Patatree

Welcome to GMAT club. We wish you the best of luck for your preparation.

A comprehensive study plan and dedicated concept building for the next 3-4 months will ensure the score of 680+. Various possible combinations that you should keep in mind to achieve a score of 700 or above are: V37/Q50, V39/Q49, V43/Q45 are some possible combinations.

Also, if you could manage to get the leaves from work, you will have complete time, and you will have an opportunity to focus on your desired score.

Talking about approach, we would like to tell you that GMAT is not as easy. GMAT math is logic, and GMAT verbal is a real test of English as a language. So we recommend you to remember certain key points.

Initially, you should spend more time on learning basic concepts and try solving as many as questions you can. We recommend you to visit our website to check our free trial pack and free video lesson.

We would recommend you to take our free diagnostic test to know the performance, and it shall draw the systematic study plan for yourself based on the score you achieve.

Apart from this, what exactly you need:

1. A unique, alternative approaches to solve quant questions in a short period, thus saving the time of yours and increase accuracy and finally the score.
2. Up-To-Date questions that meet GMAT exam trends. You don’t need to waste your time on outdated questions here and there.
3. An expert to resolve your queries related to Quant sections individually.

You should also check the reliable resources for the verbal section on the same forum.Gradually, with the help of mock tests, you will be able to compete with time and hence will be able to learn time-management. So you should keep a proper track of your mock test scores.

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