In the summer of 2017, after studying for a total of 45 hours, George Robertson took the General Management Admission Test (GMAT) and scored a 780. It is estimated that fewer than 100 testtakers per year score a 780 and Kaplan reports that the average study time of top scorers is 120 hours. George wanted to pass his experience and tips on to others and became a part-time GMAT tutor. After working with numerous students to improve not only their quantitative and verbal skills, but also their study skills and test taking strategies, George decided to write this guide. George loved tutoring but realized that by writing a guide he could help thousands of people instead of just a handful of people. Now, through his guide, George helps more people achieve top scores at a much lower cost than private tutoring. Included with this study guide:-The hour by hour self-study plan that George Robertson used to score a 780 on the GMAT with just 45 hours of studying.-Recommended GMAT materials and how to use them-Detailed strategy recommendations for each section of the GMAT-Approaches for each question type-Common mistakes and how to prevent themUnlike guides that just tell you what to study, at 50 Hours or Less Test Prep we tell you how to study. The hour-by-hour guide will keep your studying on track and focused on the material that matters.