Hope everyone's prep is going well... I have not really posted that much, but want to say thanks to everyone who contributes and gives moral advice and support, it's much appreciated
Well, it's my turn to seek advice... My GMAT is in 8 days... June 2nd, to be exact.. I've been preparing on and off for about 6 months, finding it very difficult to focus and keep making silly mistakes... Due to family reasons, I have alot of pressure to do well (only male child,supporting elderly parents), and due to a very poor undergraduate record a long time ago, a strong GMAT is my only chance at redemption.. (I've also registered for Corporate Finance and Accounting this summer at the local Uni to build an alternate transcript)..
I have a good deal of life and business experience, it's just that the numbers (GMAT) don't show it.. I know if I push harder, focus more, I can succeed and achieve a 690-720... I see people here doing it through pure hard work and determination...
My dillema is this... At the moment, I'm scoring 610/590/580-ish on the GMAT PrepTests... 560 on the Kaplan
(which we know is understated)... I"ve postponed the test twice already, to my own disappointment, and my parents... I don't want to postpone it again, but at the same time, if I have a mediocre score on record, it will dilute the value of a second stronger, score...
I look forward to your candid replies and outlooks.. Please pardon any misspellings... it's pretty late here, and I'm quite stressed out... Thanks in advance for everyone's opinion..