Does anyone have any tips on studying for the GMAT? I'm assuming that there are a fair few people here who smashed it. Taking it in a couple months and just started had a base line test of 610, which only went up to 630 after 2 weeks studying and given the schools I'm interested in applying to, I need around 730. Any information would be helpful. sing the Manhattan GMAT books and OG guides for practice. Better at verbal than quant although numerical scores are about the same at the moment. Was wondering, whether I should just be trying to do as many CATs as possible, or really focus on the theory.
The GMAT is a computer based test, you should try to take a practice test online to get a feel for what the actual GMAT will be like. The Princeton Review offers a free full length practice GMAT at www.PrincetonReview.com. You can also register for free GMAT events. If you need a review of the quant section check out Math Boot Camp, a free event led by a Princeton Review instructor who will review math concepts frequently tested on the GMAT and introduce some test taking strategies.
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