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PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 3:29 pm 
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I think I should be able to clear 2-4 hours per day - more on weekends - to devote to prepping for my Feb. GMAT date. I have prep materials from several different sources, and my initial plans involve going through drills & practice Qs, reviewing missed answers after each section.

At first I'll spend all my time each day on one section of the exam (i.e. Mondays are for Sentence Correction), and then mix it up a little as I get closer. I'm hoping to be basically done by the weekend before my test so I can have a little time to get my head together.

Does this seem like a pretty reasonable plan? Is there something major I'm forgetting?


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