Again I will remind you that the schedule has branched into two: Verbal Focus and Math Focus. If you feel that you need more focus on Verbal, you should choose the Verbal Focus. But, if you think you are good in Verbal but need more focus on Math topic, choose the Math focus. I suppose you have already done this in the start of the last week. So continuing this week from last we will finish the rest of the material. Enjoy!

Choose your branch: **Verbal Focus** OR **Math Focus**

This week we will take up from where we left last week in SC. We will finish revisiting the Manhattan Sentence Correction. Then we will focus on concepts and strategies in RC from the Manhattan RC Guide. We will finish it and also do the corresponding problems from OG. Remember you can substitute the Manhattan guides for the PowerScore Verbal Bible.

**GOAL:**

- Revisit 4 chapters from Manhattan SC Guide

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 Hours.

**ACTION:**

- Revisit four chapters (just theory) “Idioms”, “Odds & Ends”, “GMC/S-V/Parallelism: Advanced”, “Pronouns & Modifiers: Advanced” – 1.5 Hours
- Quickly do all the OG problems once again. Maintain a pace of 50 questions/hour – should take around 1.5 Hours
- Analyze mistakes and edit/update notes – use the rest of the hour.

**GOAL:**

- Revisit 2 chapters from Manhattan SC Guide

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 Hours.

**ACTION:**

- Revisit chapter (just theory) “Verbs & Comparisons: Advanced” – 30 Minutes
- Quickly do all the OG problems once again. Maintain a pace of 50 questions/hour – should take less than an Hour
- Analyze mistakes and edit/update notes – 15 Minutes
- Go through the Grammar Reference Section from the Kaplan Verbal Book and make notes – 2 Hours

**GOAL:**

- Finish 1 chapter from Manhattan RC Guide.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Introduction to Principles” from Manhattan RC Guide – 2 Hours
- Solve the exercise at the end – 1 Hour
- Analyze Solutions – 1 Hour

Remember! You have only 1 Hour to solve 38 CR questions. So, even if it seems less time, it’s not. You HAVE to do it within an hour.

**GOAL:**

- Finish 2 chapters from Manhattan RC Guide.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Component of Passages” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1 Hour 20 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 40 Minutes
- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Short Passages” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1 Hour 20 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 40 Minutes

- Do the rough work on the blank sheets and write down the answers in the diary/journal.
- Put proper dates, heading, book’s name + Section name on the top of your journal entry.
- Write down the score and the accuracy percentage.
- Analyse each answer with utmost care and keep jotting down any stuff which you have learnt (there has to plenty of them). Make a habit of taking down notes.
- Write down all the silly mistakes you did on the post-its and finally, stick them on the black chart paper which you should stick to the wall in front of you.

**GOAL:**

- Finish 1 chapter from Manhattan RC Guide.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Long Passages” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1 Hour 20 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 40 Minutes
- Read 15 passages and write a short summary for each as soon as you finish reading a passage without looking back (To enhance your speed, memory and retention) – 2 Hours

**GOAL:**

- Finish 2 chapters from Manhattan RC Guide.

**TIME:**

- Two sessions of 4 hours each.

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “The Seven Strategies” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1 Hour 20 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 40 Minutes
- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Question Analysis” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1 Hour 20 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 40 Minutes
- Read 15 passages and write a short summary for each as soon as you finish reading a passage without looking back (To enhance your speed, memory and retention) – 2 Hours

**GOAL:**

- Finish 1 chapter from Manhattan RC Guide.

**TIME:**

- Two sessions of 4 hours each.

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the chapter (exercise) “Passage & Problem Sets” from Manhattan RC Guide – 1.5 Hours
- Analyze mistakes and make notes – 1.5 Hours
- Solve tough problems corresponding to the Official Guide Grid and analyze mistakes while taking notes – rest of the time (around 5 hours)

This week we drilled deeper into areas where we are weak. Manhattan’s strategy guides should be more than enough to understand the concepts which might have eluded us previously. Solving problems from OG 10 with the new found understanding should also help. This concludes your Verbal Focus weeks. Next we will breeze through the Quants concept in the coming week.

This week we will continue with Kaplan Math Workbook. We will devote our attention solely to going through the Math concepts again, and solving corresponding problems from OG 10. We will also devote the last 3 days of the week to solving tough problems. You can also substitute the Kaplan book for Nova and tweak the schedule a bit to achieve the same effect.

**GOAL:**

- Start Chapter 5 from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish at least half the theory and examples from chapter “Word Problems” from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook – 3 Hours
- Also refer to the Manhattan GMAT guides on corresponding topics as part of revision – 1 Hour

**GOAL:**

- Finish Chapter 5 from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Word Problems” from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook – 1 Hour
- Also refer to the Manhattan GMAT guides on corresponding topics as part of revision – 30 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 1.5 Hours
- Analyze and make notes – 1 Hour

**GOAL:**

- Start Chapter 6 from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish at least half the theory and examples from chapter “Data Sufficiency” from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook – 3 Hours
- Also refer to the Manhattan GMAT guides on corresponding topics as part of revision – 1 Hour

**GOAL:**

- Finish Chapter 6 from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Finish going through the theory and examples from chapter “Data Sufficiency” from Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook – 1 Hour
- Also refer to the Manhattan GMAT guides on corresponding topics as part of revision – 30 Minutes
- Solve the exercise at the end – 1.5 Hours
- Analyze and make notes – 1 Hour

**GOAL:**

- Revisit toughest/weakest areas.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Go through your notes and spot the weakest areas.
- Refer to text books, GMATing posts on Quants, Video Tutorials and tough problem explanations.

**GOAL:**

- Solve tough problems from this document.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Solve and analyze one question at a time. Do this for the rest half of the document spending the entire weekend.

**GOAL:**

- Solve tough problems from this document.

**TIME:**

- One session of 4 hours

**ACTION:**

- Solve and analyze one question at a time. Do this for atleast half the document spending the entire weekend.

This week we drilled deeper into areas where we are weak. Kaplan Math workbook should be more than enough to understand the concepts which might have eluded us previously. Solving the OG 10 problems with the new found understanding should also help. And the highlight should have been solving the tough problems. Next week, we will breeze through the Verbal sections.

Ok almost finished the whole schedule..only the adavanced and testing parts are missing..should be ready.

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Thx man! hope will succeed!

Where are the last two weeks of this month?

Yes!! Where are Week 11 and 12 ?!

I havent got the time to do it yet! Should have finished building this website before B school. But anyway the last 2-4 weeks are mostly doing advanced bit from Kaplan GMAT 800 and taking a test marathon. I will post somethin soon.

Thanks Mukul! Really need it… At least a general outline (then you build up on specifics) of what to do so I can continue moving forward through this amazing schedule you’ve created 🙂

Many many qutliay points there.

Great GMAT prep schedule!!!

Waiting for the last 4 weeks of prep schedule that you were going to post. Can you please update me on that?

Hi!! Just wanted to thank you for the website, look really great!!

I already started my preparation and it would be very helpful if you could post the last weeks of the schedule!!!!

There seems to be bunch of us 🙂

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