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Re: Scoring 500 and reducing GMAT anxiety [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2007, 07:45
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hello I know a 500 isn't a dream score for everyone but then again everyone is different and has different goals to achieve........

Im just asking for friendly support/encouragement on guidance on how to get to my dream score. Although i need a lower score than 500 i would still like to surprise myself. I have never been great at standardized tests and i cannot use that as an excuse. im a financial analyst at a great company and my job is non-stressful. I've been studying for GMAT on and off took the exam twice with embarassing scores and that was without any sort of prep or knowing whats on the exam. To me that doesn't count. Im prepared to fight for my score and do whatever it takes. All i need is to get my score on this exam because my GPA and overal application is flawless. Please im looking for sincere suggestions........


Hi There...

My advice to you would be to take an online course. I was able to take about half of the Manhattan GMAT online course (long story as to why I didn't finish) and improved from a 440 to 550 in about three weeks in my prep tests.

I feel strongly that if I continue to study the Manhattan GMAT material and the OG11 stuff that I'll be in the 620-650 range by the time I have to take my test.

Manhattan GMAT also has a 2-week boot camp that you can take that I would bet would get you from 400 to 500 pretty easily.

Other than that, the best thing to do is develop a schedule and follow it.

Good luck!
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