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Whether you’re targeting a 700 or a 750, there are a few questions that you must have the answer to! How to prepare for the GMAT, when is the right time to take the test, how to achieve the target score in a short duration and is it even a realistic expectation?

With the R2 deadlines approaching, it’s imperative that you take the right approach to plan your preparation. In this newsletter, we have shared articles which will answer all the above questions and help you with the right approach to score 700+ on the GMAT.

When is the right time to take the GMAT?

At e-GMAT, we advocate a data-driven approach to preparing for the GMAT. With the right data, you can derive meaningful insights and estimate the time required for your GMAT preparation, thereby deciding when is the right time to take the GMAT. In this article, we have explained all the factors to keep in mind while deciding whether you’re ready to take the GMAT or not.

7 Steps – How to score 700+ on the GMAT?

When it comes to GMAT preparation and strategies, there’s a myriad of information available out there! What’s important is for GMAT aspirants to understand how to use this information wisely and effectively to achieve their dream scores or to break the 700-barrier. In this article, we have provided valuable insights and outlined a 7-step methodology to help you in this endeavor.

GMAT 760 | 20 days of preparation | V27 – V42

With a methodical approach and the right resources, you can work wonders when it comes to GMAT. Ashray’s story proves just the same. He improved from 560 in his first mock to 760 on the GMAT in just 20 days by preparing in a structured manner. If acing the GMAT in the limited time left is on your mind, Ashray’s GMAT journey has a lot to offer to you.

We hope you liked this week’s newsletter.

Click here to read the last week’s newsletter in which we shared our master blog post and top articles of 2018 on GMAT preparation and MBA admissions and a few success stories.

Write to us at acethegmat@e-gmat.com in case you have any queries or suggestions.

 

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