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3 Ways to Reach the 700 GMAT Percentile

By BlogMgmt On Aug 9, 2019 In  General GMAT 

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Here are 3 Ways to Reach the 700 GMAT Percentile. We understand that your GMAT score is one of the most important things in your life right now. If you are taking the test for a second time your GMAT score is important to you and may also be making you a little nervous. Whether this is your first try or you just need a little help the second time around, we can help you. Read more to learn how you can achieve a 700 GMAT percentilwithout losing your mind.


Get an early start. 

First, research shows that the earlier that you begin prepping for the GMAT, the better off your score will be. While this seems like simple math, here are the stats to drive the point home. Test-takers who stuied at least 121 hours for the GMAT scored in the 700 GMAT percentile or higher. Meanwhile, those who studied around 75 hours on average would fall below 400 when results were in. 


Study it all but don’t stress. 

Second, one thing that many people neglect is studying things that they think they already know. Taking one to two weeks studying each portion of your GMAT helps you to come out on top. Analytical writing, integrated reasoning, verbal and quantitative should all be visited prior to taking the GMAT. 


Watch the clock but not too much. 

Third, those who score inside the 700 GMAT percentile offer one piece of advice that you don’t often hear. It’s simple. Watch the clock, but not too much. This allows you to pace yourself so that you can, not only, score high but complete your test without feeling rushed. 


Lastly, as you prep for your GMAT, make sure you get enough sleep in the process. No matter how much you know, it is pointless if you fall asleep during the test. Also, check out empowerGMAT to see how our study aids will help you beat the test. Best of luck! See you at 700!

 

 

 

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