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To prepare yourself for the GMAT efficiently, you need to study smart. It’s important to be on the right track when it comes to your study plan to fully maximize your time. The ultimate goal would be to achieve a GMAT score that puts you comfortable in the higher range for your target MBA program. While a 650 might be a great score for some schools, certain other MBA programs might need a 700+. With a good GMAT score, you will have a higher chance of getting in the right MBA program. Here are 9 exam hacks to ace your GMAT!

The Preparation: Speed, Basics and Log

Learn to read faster

Average human reading speed is 200 words per minute. You got to read 400wpm. Go on spreeder.com.

Memorize basics

Exponents & fractions, Squares from 1-10, Cubes from 1-10, 2 to the power 1-10, Times table from 1-10…

Build an error log

You want to keep track of concepts you are constantly having issue with, type and difficulty of the question…

Develop your learning strategy

Take a full test

Take a practice test. Do NOT integrate the time component. You want to understand where you stand.

Build a study plan

Combine the areas you need to improve on and the most tested concepts. Look at sites like Khan Academy.

Timed practice

You want to keep track of concepts you are constantly having issue with, type and difficulty of the question…

Master time management & test strategy

Speed up practice

You have less than 2 min per question when you take the GMAT. Get down to an average of 90 sec per question.

Weekly practice test

Reproduce exam conditions (complete it all at once). Learn how to skip questions. Take time to review it.

Take a last test

To increase your stress to a similar level as on the day of your GMAT, time each section at 68 minutes.

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