I'm taking my GMAT again in another day and a half, and, having gone through Kaplan
's tutoring program, I'm hoping I improve substantially...
Honestly, though, I'm really nervous. Last year I scored a 590 on the GMAT, and I'm hoping to improve that score significantly, especially since I invested so much money into improving it. However, my Kaplan
practice test scores have been terrible (around 490????) and I think I'm having problems with nerves and anxiety.
I was thinking of maybe postponing the test till I feel more ready. I just can't believe I'm performing so badly on the practice exams. When I review the answers to problems, I understand why they get what they get, but I've been making mistakes and my mind's been going blank when presented with some of these questions.
Anyone have any ideas how to relieve this, or do you think I should postpone?