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Working full-time and struggling to find time to study for the GMAT? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. At Manhattan Prep, we find that one of the biggest hurdles preventing students from achieving their goal score is not having enough time to study. You cannot “wing” the GMAT; if you are not able to commit enough time and energy toward studying, you will find it difficult to score as high you would like. Read on for tips on how to approach the balancing act of adding crucial hours of studying to your already busy week. Read more
Are you ready for the third and final installment of our Time Management series?
In the first part of this series, we established some overall principles for time management on the GMAT:
(1) Why is time management so important on the GMAT?
(2) Know (generally) how the scoring works.
(3) When solving problems, follow two principles.
In the second part, we talked about per-question timing:
(4) First, train per question: Develop your “One-minute time sense”
Today, we’re going to graduate to per-section timing. Let’s do this! Read more
Welcome back! In the first part of this series, we established some overall principles for GMAT time management:
- Why is GMAT time management so important?
- Know (generally) how the scoring works
- When solving problems, follow two principles
Today, we’re going to dive into per-question timing. Read more
First, a note: this three-part series is long; there’s a lot going on. You aren’t going to be able to incorporate all of this from day one. Rather, expect to return to this article as you get further into your studies. Make a note right now that you want to review this before every practice test (and probably after, too!).
In this first part, we’re going to get oriented on some overall principles for GMAT time management. Let’s dive in! Read more
This is the original version of a piece that has since been updated. See Stacey’s latest series on GMAT time management.
In the first part of this series, we discussed time positions (positive, negative, and neutral) and addressed our first three major considerations for timing:
(1) understanding the scoring (and what implications that has for timing)
(2) per-question timing and tracking your work
(3) reflecting on your results so that you can improve
If you haven’t already read the first part, do so now before you continue with this article. Today, we’re going to talk about our final three major timing strategies. Read more