You have one month to prepare for the GMAT and you're ready to commit to studying daily. This study plan is intended for those who are flexible self-studiers who are looking for day-by-day instructions.
You’ve given yourself just enough time to see a big improvement in your score, but that’s assuming you are going to be pretty diligent over the next month. This study plan is intended for those who are flexible self-studiers who just need general guidance and weekly check-ins, not daily instructions.
Your test is coming up soon. You haven’t started prepping yet, and you need to know how to maximize your available time. Not to worry! Two months can be long enough to prepare for the GMAT–if you know how to allocate your study hours and get the right resources. If you’re looking for a guide that will help you get the most out of two months of GMAT prep, then this 2 Month GMAT Study Schedule is for you!
This study guide will give you specific, daily instructions to follow over the next few months. The focus will be getting you up to speed slowly and building skills from scratch, so this study guide is perfect for those who haven’t seen a standardized test in years and want a strong focus on the basics to start.
This study guide will give you specific, daily instructions to follow over the next few months. If you'd describe yourself in the following way, this is the plan for you!: "I have a natural affinity with the verbal, but the math is far less intuitive for me. I would like to focus more there."
This study guide will give you specific, daily instructions to follow over the next few months. You have a strong math background and aren't worried about that section at all-- you want extra help all things verbal!
This study guide will give you specific, daily instructions to follow over the next few months. If you'd describe yourself in this way, this is the perfect plan for you!: "I actually feel reasonably comfortable with math & verbal; if I took the test today, I’d get around 600-650. I’m interested in refining my understanding and getting into the upper 700s region in the next twelve weeks."
If you are interested in this plan, you are serious about increasing your GMAT score and want a long-term plan. Maybe English isn’t your first language, you haven’t stepped into a math classroom in years, or you simply want a dramatic score increase. If you want some general help with structuring your plan of attack, this is the right study guide for you--provided you have 6 months to spare. This plan includes general instructions for each week, so it leaves plenty of room for personal adjustment based on your progress.