So it is time to begin. And where better to being than our GMAT Syllabus. The only way that we are going to be able to tackle this process is to have a plan. And with that, we are going to work backward. We have exactly 90 days to go through all of the work that we want to prep for the exam, so let’s figure out what it is going to take to go through all of the work to prepare properly for this exam.
Our GMAT Syllabus working backward
We are going to work backward so that we can properly structure our time. This is a good practice whenever setting goals. With 90 Days we want to use the last 30 for tightening up our any holes we have in our foundation and tighten up test taking strategy. This leaves us exactly 60 days to get through all of the problems in the 3 Official GMAT Review books, which total 1,407 questions in total. This is just under 23.5 questions per day. So, to be a little conservative, we are going to push to do 25 questions per day. You are going to have intermediate reading and drills to accompany these problems (how else are you going to learn the stuff). All told you are going to have to spend about 2 to 2.5 hours per day to get through all of this work. This is going to be quite an undertaking, so strap in and find every spare moment you can.
GMAT Syllabus Required Texts
Official Guide For GMAT Review, 13th Edition
Official Guide For GMAT Quantitative Review, 2nd Edition
Official Guide For GMAT Verbal Text Review, 2nd Edition
GMAT Prepster Complete Quant Guide
GMAT Prepster Complete Verbal Guide
Day 1 Work to Complete:
Read GMAT Prepster Complete Quant Guide Introduction and Mental Math Guide
Today is a light one, but the work will begin heavily tomorrow….
GMAT STUDY GUIDE DAY 2