New to GMAT Prep: Where do I Start?
I graduated this past December from Rutgers University with a 3.6 GPA and majored in finance and
I recently decided I'd like to pursue a Masters in Finance at a top-ranked university to rebrand myself and help me with full-time recruiting. After doing my research, I learned that the majority of these programs require the GMAT and a score of 680+, which takes months to prepare, as I was told. Most of these MSF programs have final application round deadlines some time early/mid-May.
For now, I purchased the official 2022 GMAT guide fromto read that this week and do a practice test this upcoming weekend to see what my strengths and weaknesses are.
• How do I best prep in 2-3 months?
• What would be an ideal study plan for me?
- Do you guys recommend I invest in a Kaplan boot camp course (2 months long) or any other course and then take the GMAT to increase my chances of obtaining a high score, or should I do another method?
I look forward to your comments/advice. I am beyond worried at the moment and don't want to wait another year to apply to these top programs. I am committed to prepping as hard as possible and am open to any ideas you guys may have. Thank you!