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Hello!
As a swede who also studying Sweden i am now getting started in my prep for the gmat. My big goal is to get at least 700, to be able to study my master at one of the top schools in Europe, and i am ready to make a big effort to reach it. My plan is to start with the official guide (from 2019) and then do a couple of tests to see how well i am doing. I would say that I have an excellent understanding of the english language but the lack of using it in typing and talking hurts my grammar and writing skills.

I think i'll do quite well in the maths part but need to refreshen my geometry as well as other parts.
Do you guys think its a good plan to start with the "OG". What would you recommend to pursue with after? And I gladly accept all kind of tips and tricks as well as discussions.
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New post 19 Nov 2019, 14:09
timpswe wrote:
Hello!
As a swede who also studying Sweden i am now getting started in my prep for the gmat. My big goal is to get at least 700, to be able to study my master at one of the top schools in Europe, and i am ready to make a big effort to reach it. My plan is to start with the official guide (from 2019) and then do a couple of tests to see how well i am doing. I would say that I have an excellent understanding of the english language but the lack of using it in typing and talking hurts my grammar and writing skills.

I think i'll do quite well in the maths part but need to refreshen my geometry as well as other parts.
Do you guys think its a good plan to start with the "OG". What would you recommend to pursue with after? And I gladly accept all kind of tips and tricks as well as discussions.

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New post 19 Nov 2019, 19:32
timpswe wrote:
Hello!
As a swede who also studying Sweden i am now getting started in my prep for the gmat. My big goal is to get at least 700, to be able to study my master at one of the top schools in Europe, and i am ready to make a big effort to reach it. My plan is to start with the official guide (from 2019) and then do a couple of tests to see how well i am doing. I would say that I have an excellent understanding of the english language but the lack of using it in typing and talking hurts my grammar and writing skills.

I think i'll do quite well in the maths part but need to refreshen my geometry as well as other parts.
Do you guys think its a good plan to start with the "OG". What would you recommend to pursue with after? And I gladly accept all kind of tips and tricks as well as discussions.



Hi,

Welcome to GMATCLUB.

First important thing is to make a study plan. There are plenty of good sources in this forum or online for the same.

For guidance you can go through few experts posts about how to make a study plan without which the preparation can go directionless.

Also, the forum has great questionnaire you can make use of.

Once, the Official guide is done, take a mock and then we can help you further

All the best.

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timpswe wrote:
Hello!
As a swede who also studying Sweden i am now getting started in my prep for the gmat. My big goal is to get at least 700, to be able to study my master at one of the top schools in Europe, and i am ready to make a big effort to reach it. My plan is to start with the official guide (from 2019) and then do a couple of tests to see how well i am doing. I would say that I have an excellent understanding of the english language but the lack of using it in typing and talking hurts my grammar and writing skills.

I think i'll do quite well in the maths part but need to refreshen my geometry as well as other parts.
Do you guys think its a good plan to start with the "OG". What would you recommend to pursue with after? And I gladly accept all kind of tips and tricks as well as discussions.

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