Prepare for GMAT
Fix Your GMAT Test Date:
By fixing the GMAT Test date you will know how much time you have for preparation. Nearly you will need at least a couple of months to prepare. Also ensure that you schedule the test allowing time to re-take it if needed.
Understand the Test Format:
Make familiar yourself with the format of the test by reviewing the content of the test, as well as the questions and task types for each section. It is also important to know the rules and regulations.
Make Study Plan:
Some people decide to join a GMAT class and just study when they are there, but if you really want to improve you should be also practicing at home. So make a study plan and stick to it. You have to set a rotten that each day what you study for how many hours for a week and follow that rotten.
Practice with Sample Test Questions:
The most important step in understanding how to prepare for GMAT is to first clearly evaluate where you stand and how far you need to go. This is quite similar to a full body check up before you start any rigorous training. Preparing for GMAT is also no different. Without any prior preparation, you must take a diagnostic test that is as similar to the actual GMAT as possible. Don’t worry about the score you get. This is merely to understand your strengths and weaknesses clearly.