Need to cram for the GMAT in only a month? Here’s how to get the most out of 30 days of study-time!
There’s only one “Official Guide,” so whether you have 30 days or 6 months to study, you’ll definitely want to pick up a copy! Learn the format, content, and do a general overview of the GMAT test itself using the OG 13th edition. Make sure to go to MBA.com and take advantage of the official prep material provided there!
Study every day, and don’t procrastinate! You will need to be disciplined about your studies. Work backwards from your test date. Don’t cram on the weekends only! With only one month to study, you’ll need to do at least some GMAT every single day.
If you need a bit more structure, Magoosh offers a free 30 Day Study Schedule that you can amend to your needs.
If you struggle with GMAT Verbal and really can only emphasize one of the three question-types, you’re better off memorizing the tested-concepts for Sentence Correction:
- Among/Between, As/Like
- Correlative Constructions
- Forms of Comparison
- Fragments and Run-on sentences
- Grammatical Construction
- Logical Predication/Modification
- Mass/count words
- Noun-verb agreement
- Passive vs. Active Voice
- Rhetorical Construction
- Verb Form
If you can spot these errors, you’re likely to move through the SC questions quickly, and thus you’ll have more time to analyze the Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension passages. Learn more 30-Day Study Tips on Learnist!