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# What do you think about my study plan?

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What do you think about my study plan? [#permalink]

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30 Jul 2008, 14:43
GMAT attempt: third time
First two attempts: 410, 510
Weakest areas: Data Sufficiency, RC.
Duration for study: July 31st - August 18th
Test day: Late August
Goal: 650
Study Materials :
GMAT-Math Bible (from gmathacks.com)
GMAT-Verbal Bible (from gmathacks.com)
Official Guide 11th Edition
GMAT Club Challenges (25 Math + 5 Verbal)
GMAT Prep

Everyday (I have lots of free time): Take one GMAT Club Challenges test, make a logs for my errors and study them.
Take GMAT Preps a week before my test day.

Any suggestion(s)?
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Posts: 5917
Schools: Chicago (Booth) - Class of 2009
GMAT 1: 730 Q45 V45
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30 Jul 2008, 18:00
The plan itself seems good, but I'd be concerned about that timeline. Thats little more than basically 20 days to move 140 points. Then again, that could be approximately 160 hours of study, and that might juts be sufficient. I have to ask though, why the tight deadline?

The other thing I dont see is a plan to actually do the OG guide. I would suggest you incorporate that into your plan - and if anything, itll probably be discouraging. Simply taking a sample test every day isn't going to do it. Given your tight timline, I'd recommend that you take maybe 1 test a week, but otherwise focus on the OG guide. I'd forget whatever you downloaded from that website, stick to the OG.
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30 Jul 2008, 18:26
I think your materials are solid - maybe add in mgmat SC book if you need help with SC.

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31 Jul 2008, 14:51
yup. def add the MGMAT SC book!
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