GMAT 1 Month Study Plan – Day 30
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1 Month Study Plan – Day 30: Test Day – Final Review
What Exactly To Do
- Did you already take a trip to the test center so you can psychological visualize what it will be like to go towards the test center?
- Figure out all the logistics for your test. What time is it? Are you practicing to wake up early?
- If you are used to studying at night and waking up late – you’d better be ready to wake up early.
- Exercise – to get your blood flowing. Sitting down all day and staying focused is not good. Get moving and get psyched for your exam.
You will need to bring
- Government-issued Photo ID
- No pen/pencil is needed
- You can get scratch paper from the test proctor
- Some testing centers will have head phones that you can wear on your head – only choose to use it if you feel comfortable with it
- Remember to bring a light lunch – nothing fried
- Remember the order of the test
Part I: Writing & IR – [1 Essay + IR, 60 minutes]
A. Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes)
B. Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes)
5 min break
Part II: Quantitative Section (37 questions, 75 minutes)
A. Problem Solving (23 or 24)
B. Data Sufficiency (13 or 14)
5 min break
Part III: Verbal Section (41 questions, 75 minutes)
A. Critical Reasoning (14 or 15)
B. Reading Comprehension(4 passages, 12-14)
C. Sentence Correction (14 or 15)
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