When you take a day off, sometimes we over practice and result in burn out.
If that I too near to the real exam it would be a problem.
I had my exam on Monday and took the Thursday and Friday of the week before off from work .
On thursday I. Ra tide some 200 problems plus read 4 chapters of MGMAT SC
guide. And resulted in burnout.
Then I took a GMAT prep CAT on Friday and got just 680.
(before that I was getting all 700+ in GMAT prep and MGMAT CATs)
So after the test I just stopped preparing from Friday evening to Sunday morning....
I did get 740 on the real thing on monday(but was expecting more) and I think the burnout has something to do with that . And by the it is not just doing 200+ problems that caused burnout for me...I was reading every explanation and after review re-did all the problems that I got wrong.
In short: know your limits and avoid burn outPosted from my mobile device