GMAT Study Plans – How to Get a 700+ on the GMAT

Every day, Beat The GMAT members go to the I just Beat The GMAT! forum to share their experiences in preparing for and succeeding on the GMAT test. The editorial staff has picked our favorite 10 stories of members earning 700+ scores. Click on the titles below:

joshcollins was really unsure when he started his prep, but he discovered the right way of approaching the process, and that helped him conquer the exam. Don’t miss his amazing GMAT journey from 490 to 770.

Although a few years old, ngufo’s debrief remains popular with the BTG community. Her story represents a source of inspiration for anyone who is determined to never give up and get a 700+ score no matter what. Don’t miss it!

TheViceroy is pumped to officially add his name to the GMAT 700+ club. After prepping for three months, he scored an impressive 740. Learn how he managed to improve on Quant and what he worked on methodically to crush Verbal.

According to Jek, “there is a finite amount of knowledge that the GMAT tests, and it is 100% learnable.” Visit this ever-popular debrief to get generally applicable advice for achieving a 770 GMAT score.

As his senior year at the University of Texas was coming to an end, treydupree started developing an interest in graduate school and, subsequently, the GMAT. Draw inspiration from his story and gain tips for a 700+ score.

VCPanda dreamed of going to Harvard, Stanford, or Wharton, so in October 2016 he started studying hardcore for the GMAT. After six months, he scored a stunning 750. Get his number one tip on how to beat the GMAT.

The allure of a top 10 b-school in a new city drove KWizz to sign up for the GMAT. The happy father of two did not want to sacrifice family time, so he maximized his time awake. Learn how this mindset helped him ace the test.

We hope that you’re now inspired to reach for a top GMAT score! It will take hard work, but know that you have a community of members and experts behind you to support you along the way.