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Again [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2003, 18:00
Again, I'm sad.
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2003, 20:24
Don't worry sunnyboy your day will come .... like your nickname suggests, the Sun will rise in your world too.

Hang in there and this phase will pass. I know it is easier said than done.

Do let us know your experience while taking the GMAT and what you felt about it and the whole thing in general. What is your background. Maybe the experts in this forum can help you figure out a strategy to do better if you plan to take it again.

As of now, just try to relax for some time and get the bad score out of your system. Remember, THIS IS NOT THE END OF THE WORLD!
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Re: I'm SAD:'( I just went from 510 to 480... [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2003, 00:04
sunniboy007 wrote:
I took the gmat for the second time. I scored 480...Even worse than last time (510). I studied every day, for the past three months. I thought i was doing much better this time, and was totally shocked by the final score. I am not feeling very good right now, to say the least. (I feel like jumping of the balcony).

Clearly, the gmat kicked my ass. I don't know what to do next.
The balcony is looking more and more attractive...

Again, I'm sad.
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What was your distribution among sections?
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2003, 04:51
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I think it's stress. If so, you need more and more practicing to make sure that no question under stressed conditions will confuse you. You know what I mean - one may know the material but that ugly stress can make a person helpless. At least this happens to me.
And forget about balkony. Despair and panic are not the right emotions to crush the gmat.

u can :wink:
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