The 3 Steps For A Successful GMAT Test Prep Journey


Many of people who are trying to achieve any big goal—say, losing 50 pounds or breaking 700 on the GMAT—never get there because they don’t follow a plan and at some point they hit a “plateau.” Maybe you can’t bump up your Data Sufficiency score no matter how hard you try, or you have your heart set on a certain program but don’t know how to get the score you need to get in. This is where a helping hand can make the difference between achieving your “max potential and dream MBA” vs. “a medium score and just-good-enough MBA.”

The good news is we’re here to help with that. The Ready4 GMAT learning system is structured to help you learn topics in bite-size lessons while continually assessing your progress and predicting your score. The app is loaded tons of practice questions with written and video explanations to make sure you’re ready for test day.

On top of that, we’ve created a step-by-step plan to help you get started and keep you on track on your GMAT journey:

Step 1: Pick a Test Date

You don’t have to register yet, but psychologically speaking, you need an endpoint in order for your mind to commit to a concrete plan and prep seriously!

Step 2: Make a Schedule

How many hours per day and days per week can you study? How many full-length practice tests will you take, and when? The top scorers (700+) spend around 120+ hours on average studying for the GMAT. For working professionals, we recommend spreading your studying out over 6-8 weeks, 2-3 hours on every other day. And if you are a non-native English speaker, we recommend adding at least 30 additional hours. If you are retaking the test, we recommend that you focus on improving your weaker areas for at least 40 hours per section (verbal or quant). If you need help analyzing your assessment test, want to talk about your previous score report, build customized plan, or evaluate course options that fit your schedule and learning style, Book a free consultation with Andrew - our GMAT advisor.

Step 3: Commit to Your Schedule

Make sure to commit the time to study all parts of the different test topics. This will ensure you’re receiving the desired education and it guarantees improvement!

To help you get started, we’ve created a series of live classes covering best practices for a high GMAT score and live practice to help you assess your level. Join one of our free daily online classes today!

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