How long do you need to practice for GMAT?

Asked by Anjali Rawat 5 months ago

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Sarma Bhujbal

Sarma Bhujbal

Study abroad consultant at Mentr Me

I often advise students to begin preparing for the GMAT well in advance of their planned test date. 

While the exact timeframe may vary depending on individual circumstances, it's generally recommended to start studying at least 3 to 6 months beforehand. This allows students to thoroughly review all the material covered in the exam, familiarise  themselves with the question types and format, and practice test-taking strategies. 

Additionally, starting early gives students the flexibility to retake the exam if needed without delaying their application deadlines. 

It's important to emphasise the importance of consistency and dedication in the preparation process, as well as seeking support from tutors or prep courses if necessary. 

By giving themselves enough time to prepare adequately, students can maximise their chances of achieving their target by keeping GMAT practice and reaching their study abroad goals.

 


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Ojas Jha

Ojas Jha

Senior Team leader-Leading Technical team

Ready to start studying for the GMAT? I've been there. You're probably wondering, "How much time do I need?" Well, from my experience, about 3 to 6 months should do the trick. Here's why:

Make it a routine: Study a bit every day. It helps more than you think.
Understand, don't memorize: It's about getting the logic, not just memorizing answers.
Practice tests are gold: They help you get used to the exam's timing and pressure.
It's okay to mess up: We all have off days. The important thing is to keep going.
Remember, this is just a step in your journey. Stay cool, and you'll do great!

 


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