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Author:  Akashyap13 [ 24 Sep 2022, 05:32 ]
Post subject:  unable to decide how to get to 700club

i'm unable to decide how to get to 700club, i'm trying to score more then 700+ in GMAT, i have 14+ years of experience. i have spoken to a lot many people who coach for GMAT however either they are too expensive like 200 USD an hour or they tell me to look for GMAT waiver colleges, i'm already an MBA for a II tier MBA college in India, i want second degree from the best of Business Schools preferably Kellog, Insead,Cornell & others who have programs in strategy or strategic management. Is there anyone who has coached a student like me or anyone who was in the same boat. would appreciate your help. TIA

Author:  MartyTargetTestPrep [ 24 Sep 2022, 05:47 ]
Post subject:  Re: unable to decide how to get to 700club

Hi Akashyap13.

It's true. A good GMAT tutor can easily cost $200/hour or more.

So, have you considered using a self-study course? A good self-study GMAT course can show you everything you need to learn for the GMAT, provide practice, and even provide a study plan.

Also, have you prepared at all so far, and have you taken an official practice test yet? If not, determining your current level by taking an official practice test will help you decide how to prepare.

On another note, with 14+ years of experience, maybe an EMBA program is really what you should go for. If so, you could take the EA rather than the GMAT.

You may find the information in this post helpful.

What Is a Good Executive Assessment Score?

Author:  GmatTutorKnight [ 24 Sep 2022, 12:16 ]
Post subject:  Re: unable to decide how to get to 700club

Consider working with a study buddy who has "opposite" strengths and weaknesses. The gmatclub study plan post may also be helpful and there are some tips on the GMAT Knight blog you may find interesting as well.

Posting a profile review in one of the MBA sub-forums could potentially provide some useful insight, too.

Author:  EMPOWERgmatRichC [ 24 Sep 2022, 13:35 ]
Post subject:  Re: unable to decide how to get to 700club

Hi Akashyap13,

Since you were studying for the GMAT almost 8 years ago, did you end up taking the Exam at that time? If you did, then how did you score (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores)? The Exam has gone through some changes since then (it's a bit shorter and you now have the opportunity to take the GMAT at your home - as opposed to having to travel to a Test Center).

Have you done any consistent studying recently or are you looking to restart your studies now?

GMAT assassins aren't born, they're made,
Rich

Contact Rich at: Rich.C@empowergmat.com

Author:  Nadirshah [ 25 Sep 2022, 16:22 ]
Post subject:  unable to decide how to get to 700club

Instead of looking for Gmat coaches, try online self-study courses. TTP is highly recommended and has delivered results

Author:  GMATWhizTeam [ 26 Sep 2022, 05:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: unable to decide how to get to 700club

Akashyap13 wrote:
i'm unable to decide how to get to 700club, i'm trying to score more then 700+ in GMAT, i have 14+ years of experience. i have spoken to a lot many people who coach for GMAT however either they are too expensive like 200 USD an hour or they tell me to look for GMAT waiver colleges, i'm already an MBA for a II tier MBA college in India, i want second degree from the best of Business Schools preferably Kellog, Insead,Cornell & others who have programs in strategy or strategic management. Is there anyone who has coached a student like me or anyone who was in the same boat. would appreciate your help. TIA


Hi Akashyap13

To score 700+ on GMAT, the most important thing to keep in mind is to follow a structured approach. The key is to follow the right sequence of study for both verbal and quant. In addition, I would also recommend that you focus on learning the right methodologies for solving the different question types as opposed to just practicing questions. You can go through the articles below to understand the approach in a better way.


How to effectively plan your studies for GMAT

How to score 700+ on GMAT


And you can go through the recording below to understand how to strategize your GMAT prep in an effective way.



Regarding guidance, you can check out Heeral's story for some success tips where she shares how mentorship played a pivotal role by helping her fine tune her weak areas to achieve her dream GMAT score 700+:


Hope this helped and feel free to contact if you have any further queries.

You can always write back to me here or the better way would be to connect over a call and have a discussion. You can schedule a free consultation call using the below link.
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Author:  AjiteshArun [ 26 Sep 2022, 06:56 ]
Post subject:  Re: unable to decide how to get to 700club

Akashyap13 wrote:
i'm unable to decide how to get to 700club, i'm trying to score more then 700+ in GMAT, i have 14+ years of experience. i have spoken to a lot many people who coach for GMAT however either they are too expensive like 200 USD an hour or they tell me to look for GMAT waiver colleges, i'm already an MBA for a II tier MBA college in India, i want second degree from the best of Business Schools preferably Kellog, Insead,Cornell & others who have programs in strategy or strategic management. Is there anyone who has coached a student like me or anyone who was in the same boat. would appreciate your help. TIA

Hi Akashyap13,

No tutor or course, no matter how good, is a ticket to a 700.

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