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How long do most people study for the GMAT?

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How long do most people study for the GMAT?

Post Tue Jul 04, 2017 6:37 am
The following is a post from IvyAdmissionsGroup.com. Check out their free blog to read this article in full.

Many people ask how much time they should budget to study for the GMAT. How much time is too little? How much is too much? Is there such a thing as too much?

Yes. Remember: always in moderation.

Turning to the makers of the GMAT is itself informative. According to the official website of the GMAT, the average test taker spends 4 to 6 weeks studying for a total of 21 to 50 hours. Four out of five test takers study for fewer than 10 weeks and 100 hours.
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The bottom line is that if you want to apply to schools Round 1 this year, you have plenty of time to study if you start now. After all, you need to get through all four phases of test prep.

Keep reading to learn the four phases of GMAT test prep

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