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And The GMATCLUB Made The Difference - 700(92%ile) [#permalink]
13 Sep 2006, 14:50
Just finished the sucker. Got a 700 (92%ile) - Q50 (95%ile) V33 (69%ile)
First of all, I want to thank my wonderful wife and son for bearing me and my unorthodox study schedule for last 3 months.
Thanks to Praet, MATT, haas_mba, yezz, U2lover, jaynayak, sumitsarkar, futuristic, IHateTheGMAT and everybody else (list is too long) for their help and wishes.
I was able to accomplish this feat ONLY because of GMATCLUB.(This is evident form my more than 3100 posts, more than 2500 in last 3 months)
Will write the details afterwards.
First of all let me tell you that I am not a genius like many people on this club. Whatever little I have achieved is the outcome of sheer hardwork only. If I can do it, everybody can do it.
Test Day: Had a good sleep last night. Then took my son to his pre-school and came home, had brunch (Breakfast + Lunch) at 11:00 AM. At 12:30 PM reached the test center. Pentagon like security check done at the test center and started exam 30 minutes early at 1:30 PM. Finished the AWA. Had one protein bar and now ready to face the Quant. Stuck on one easy problem and spent 7-8 minutes but managed to finish 5 minutes early. Utilized these 5 minutes to relax and then took break. Again one protein bar and one red bull. Now comes the hard part (at least for me). I donâ€™t know what happened but I was not able to concentrate that much in verbal. One more thing: Almost all SCs were 2 or more lines long. In last few questions started thinking about the score and heart started to pound much harder. But managed to finish just on time with 30 seconds left. Filled those demographics details, clicked â€œreport scoresâ€
Wow..........PS_dahiya, let me become the first person to congratulate you. Great job. Finally your hard work paid off.
Good score now its time to celebrate.You are not in San francisco anymore, otherwise I would have congratulated you personally.
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