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Advice - GMAT 60 Day study plan

by Dianne » Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:16 am
Dear community,

I'm preparing for the GMAT exam using the 60-day study plan.

I've finished the Quant part and I'm now focusing on Verbal part. I would like to know if I should do some math exercises to not lose practice during my verbal preparation, or if it is ok/normal to stop for a week or two to study only verbal.

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by ceilidh.erickson » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:55 am
It's generally a good idea to do a little bit of everything every week. Even if you need to focus much more attention on one section than the other, don't ignore your stronger section!

Schools mostly care about your overall score, not your breakdown between quant and verbal. So let's say that you've raised your quant score, but need to work a lot more on verbal to bring it up. Well... unless you're already at a 51, it behooves you to try to increase your quant score at the same time!

Just because you've finished a checklist within a given curriculum, that doesn't mean you're "finished" with any topic. You should be going back and redoing problems you got wrong, doing new problems from the OG or GMATPrep question banks, etc.
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by Mibinighnah » Thu Jul 15, 2021 8:43 pm
Please see an accountant or financial advisor and dont ask for advice from strangers on the internet. You need a professional to guide you through this.