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New post 13 Dec 2017, 13:41
Hi Guys,

I am preparing for GMAT and doing self study with help of Manhattan Prep. While I was getting ready for it, have heard that it takes 3 to 4 months to prepare for GMAT and one need to study 3 to 4 hours in a day on an average. In last 2 3 months I could able to finish SC, CR and 1 topic in Qaunts. I am able to study 2 hours daily and trying to increase to 3 hours minimum. Though I am starting first with Foundation then I am going for main books. My concern is Am I taking more time than required? If Yes what mistake I am doing? Plz share your views about it.

Also guide me how to prepare with Manhattan Prep. I want to ask about the complete strategy, just for example which book I shall take first and once I complete the same what next I shall do? Take question from OG or Other sources somthing like this strategy help is required.

Also What are the sources available with Manhattan Prep book which can help me in preparation.

Thank you in advance.

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