Please feel free to use this skeleton version of the spreadsheet I created as the basis for your own.
Special thanks to Lo for inspiring me to post this sheet.
To keep yourself from forgetting where you stand with each of your MBA applications, I recommend a Google Doc spreadsheet that you can populate as you go.
Please feel free to use this skeleton version of the spreadsheet I created as the basis for your own. Special thanks to Lo for inspiring me to post this sheet.
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As a recent MBA I often get asked about the business school application process. This post provides my personal strategies for approaching the GMAT.
After I did all of this, I took the exam and fell just short of my goal. I did a lot of studying in a tight time period of 68 weeks and allowed another 45 weeks for a retake. I worked heavily with a 'more official math problems book' as I geared up to retake the test. Additionally, I borrowed math books by the Manhattan Institute from a friend which were great last minute supplements, particularly with difficult problems, as preparation for my second attempt. Good luck! 
Adam Stober
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