To make the most of your valuable GMAT preparation time, I highly recommend getting a GMAT tutor. (If you want to work with me, just contact Veritas Prep and ask for Jeff Yin as a GMAT tutor.) However, if that is not in your budget, or you prefer to do it yourself, I want to provide you with the resources that you need to create an effective GMAT study plan on your own. This is why I have created my GMAT Study Guide.
Each module of the GMAT Study Guide contains links to my suggested Veritas Prep GMAT lessons, Official Guide practice questions, and Veritas Prep homework questions for a particular GMAT topic. You can pick and choose which modules to complete, based on your own assessment of the GMAT topics that you need to focus on the most.
The individual modules are listed on the pages for GMAT quant and verbal topics:
If you have already been preparing for the GMAT for some time, or you have taken a number of GMAT practice tests, you may know that you are weaker on the Quant or the Verbal section of the GMAT. I recommend that you spend more time (perhaps 2/3 of your time) on the section that is weaker for you, but that you also spend some time on your stronger section. In addition, I recommend that you focus on specific GMAT quant or verbal topics, rather than quant or verbal as a whole, particularly if you have already gone through all of the GMAT topics once. This will help you to focus on your weaknesses and improve your GMAT score more efficiently.