How far along into your GMAT prep are you? More importantly, how many hours of study on an average have you spent preparing for the test? This would come to you as no surprise. It’s been recently found that the number of hours you spend preparing is directly proportional to your total GMAT score. Students who were seen to have spent around 96 hours of study scored 700 or higher while students who spent less than 64 hours scored less than 400.Were you aware of the fact that one among every five students re-sit the GMAT? It’s all about getting the best score and stats reveal that 10% of test takers score above 690!