The 10 Best GMAT Stories of 2012 – Number 1

by on December 31st, 2012

This article is part of a 10-part series where we will be highlighting the most popular GMAT stories of 2012 from the Beat The GMAT community, in countdown fashion.

Our most popular story of the year has to be the one written by tushargarg1331. tushargarg1331 took the Beat The GMAT community by storm after sharing with us how he beat the GMAT with an extraordinary 760 score after just 2 weeks of practice. With 100 replies to date, it seems like everyone is interested in getting hold of tushargarg1331 golden rules.

According to him, the best strategy to follow is to identify the different types of concepts tested, compile an exhaustive collection of rules and techniques by reading the usual books available and to make sure that you are familiar with them. Learning the rules eliminates the need to practice, or at least that’s what he claims.

While we are eagerly waiting for tushargarg1331 to share his compilation with us, make sure to visit his detailed debrief 760 with 2 Weeks of Preparation!!! + Strategy to find out other helpful tips on how to beat the GMAT. Our favorite excerpts:

It’s not that I’m trying to blow my trumpet here. This is a piece of motivation for anyone who hasn’t been able to kickstart his or her preparation that GMAT can still be cracked.

And the ‘rules’ that I’m talking about are not just a compilation of the brief theory that is usually given before the questions in various books. The solutions at the back give you much more than that.

Since I’ve got so many requests for the rules, I’ve decided to compile them in a soft document. I have already started the process but it’ll take me a week or two to do so. Or maybe more. So, if anyone has his or her exam coming up soon then I suggest you follow the strategy to make your own notes.

Congratulations, tushargarg1331! We wish you all the best and we’re on the lookout for your golden ‘rules’! To check out the full post you can click here: 760 with 2 Weeks of Preparation!!! + Strategy.

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1 comment

  • I doubt if Tushar will ever share his notes. Pretty sure even in his diagnostic he must have scored 720-750, a score most people fail to achieve even after 6 months of preparation. This thread shows how many people are looking for a shortcut for success. There was another debrief by a solider who got 750 after giving 50 full length tests.

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