- Posted by Prepglobe
- On May 13, 2018
Folks, it takes on an average approximately 2.5 to 3 months to prepare for the GMAT exam. However, the exact preparation time required for the GMAT exam would depend upon certain factors which are, following the right strategy since from the very beginning of your GMAT exam preparation, the amount of time spent on daily basis for the practice and learning the relevant concepts, following the right content and doing practice questions similar to which the questions keep coming in the GMAT exam and of course choosing the right GMAT expert, trainer or Tutor or mentor who can help drafting the right plan which is customized basis of the candidate strength and weakness. Besides all other factors, choosing a right GMAT trainer or Tutor or mentor is very critical as he may help you avoid wasting time on things which are not so important from the GMAT exam perspective. Also GMAT trainer or Tutor would help reduce time as self preparation normally takes more time to understand lot of concepts and tricks.Moreover, there are certain shortcuts and question solving strategy which are difficult to learn without the help of right guidance from some one being GMAT expert. Drafting strategy is very much time taking job should, candidate do it at their own. However, GMAT Trainer or Tutor who have been following GMAT exam on daily basis and having experience of training many candidates can do it much faster and provide relevant plan. Also GMAT exam candidate should plan their preparation time in such a way so that they are able to finish all the GMAT content including practice of questions at least 20 days prior to the final exam date and those last 20 days should be spent on taking Full GMAT mock exams. Taking at least 8 to 10 GMAT mock exams is always recommended. Hence once should Optimize the time spent on GMAT exam preparation basis of their own strength and weakness and incorporating all the important factors discussed above.