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1. How To Prepare For GMAT At Home Leave a Comment / Blogs / By Ajay How to Prepare For GMAT at Home One way to prepare for the GMAT at home is to create a study plan. Start early by identifying your goals, reviewing basic math skills, and doing regular practice. Then, focus on one section of the exam at a time. Once you have mastered each section, move on to the next. It is best to start studying at least four months before the exam. Don’t study in spurts – that’s ineffective and can lead to forgetfulness. Create A GMAT Road Map Make sure you create a plan early in the day and set realistic goals. You can’t expect to complete your study materials in just a few weeks, and you will have to spend hours each day studying. So, try to make the plan realistic, and make it feasible for you. Don’t be intimidated by a lengthy timetable, and remember to practice. If you don’t have the time to study at home, you can take your test at a local testing center. A GMAT study plan should include a practice test for each subject area. You can practice your math skills by making flash cards. You can also practice your writing skills by practicing with a practice test. Try to find a practice test that’s as realistic as possible, and one that contains questions that you’re most likely to see on the real test. Finally, you should find GMAT study resources that are as deep as possible in the subject areas you’re preparing for.You can also work on analytical writing during study time. Review Basic Math Skills How to Prepare For GMAT at Home If you want to ace the GMAT exam, you should revisit basic math skills. While the exam requires a thorough understanding of algebra, geometry, and other core concepts, it can be difficult to find the right methods for each question. In this article, we’ll go over the best ways to review basic math skills at home. You’ll also learn about the nuances of the quantitative section. The GMAT’s quantitative section will require a thorough understanding of basic arithmetic and algebra. Although many of the questions are high school level, they can help sharpen your thinking. The quantitative section requires addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills, all of which are useful to study for. Taking a few practice tests will also sharpen your S U B S C R IB E Blogs About Contact