Ideally, we suggest that if you want to write the GMAT test, start preparing before three months. Preparing for GMAT needs to start from the scratch as GMAT syllabus comprises all the basics of mathematics and English. The working professionals always write GMAT test. So they need some dedicated hours for religious studies for GMAT.
We @ Byju’s recommend few tips to prepare GMAT in only 90 days:
- Spend at least 2-3 hours in reading the concepts.
- Take mock test at the beginning of the GMAT preparation
- Try to hone your skills in learning the shortcut and techniques.
If you’re unable to initiate the GMAT preparation before three months. Be firm, and you still have sixty days in your hands to accelerate up to your GMAT preparations.
Here we’re compiling few tips related how to master your preparation for GMAT.
- Try to devote 4-5 hours study for everyday.
- Do not pile up your studies for weekends.
- Prepare your study plan, ideally contains problems related to solving PS, DS, SC, CR and RC every day.
Ideally one-month GMAT preparation plan suites the college students. Since they possess the quality of seating for few hours and study. Rather focusing on the concepts, excel in the intermediate and advanced level of difficulty questions.
For one-month study plan here are few tips:
- Spend seven hours every day in studying.
- Solve the questions in detail.
- Take the mock test, and evaluate your weak nerves.
- Revise, practice and revise.
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