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anxiety.... [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2003, 11:21
Hi everybody,

I have this anxiety problem these days. The more my exam date is aproaching, the more I am doing wrong specially in CR & DS. I was doing fairly well in these two areas few days ago.

Does that happened to somebody else also? Any suggestions are welcome to overcome this.
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Hi ann
I have the same situation with you because my test date is 17 next month ...
Very anxious and worried about my scores............
I still can't do well on RC in quickly and accurately.................
I begin to do the full-lenght test to practice under the time pressure.
We cheer up with each other!!!!!

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 [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2003, 13:58
Honestly, the best thing you can do is remind yourself that your GMAT score will not have a big impact on your life and that it's not really that big a deal. Do not pressure yourself on this - take a deep breath, and try to remain calm. Also, don't eat any sugar or drink any caffeine a few days before the test. Both of those can contribute to your anxiety.

Just keep doing practice questions, and focus on remembering math formulas, grammar rules, etc., and forget about the rest. If you know it all cold, you can relax more.
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2003, 10:52
Thanks guys!!

I wpuld try to follow ur suggestions. You r right Cartmanrules, First I'll go thru all my notes, It will help me to boost up my confidence I guess.
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