This is the beginning of my journey! Two months ago, I took a practice GMAT Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) and scored a 490. Yes, this is a very low score. However, I took the test with no preparation, at midnight, after a very long day at work so I’m sure my next diagnostic test will be much higher.
I have already completed the Manhattan GMAT “Fundamentals of GMAT Math” workbook and two online “Fundamentals” workshops. In February, I devoted 47 hours to GMAT fundamentals preparation. Unfortunately, I have forgotten 70% of this content due to my 8-week break!
My goals for tonight are as follows:
- Thoroughly Review Manhattan GMAT Book 1: Number Properties – Chapter One
- Create a blogroll of essential GMAT websites and motivational resources
- Anxiety over balancing GMAT workload with my demanding (read: highly stressful) marketing agency job
STUDY HOURS: 3
TOTAL HOURS: 50
My goal is to get a 780 on the GMAT. Here we go!!