I have been reading this site for like two months and there are very good storys of succes. But I'm an poli-sci major and english is not my native language. I have read the stories in gmat.club and even some engineers get a hard time studying for the GMAT. This is making me have a bad time. Is there any inspiring story out there of non quant graduates and no english native speaker and how they get into big bussines schools?? If you know someone or some link, it would really help me
Or maybe I got no real chance...
Don't be scared off! Recognize the GMAT as a challenge that can be beat. Not all sections are created equal, of course. For example, between SC and RC - SC is much easier to improve. Reading comprehension is more a long term thing. Improving both SC and RC are beneficial to ou for the rest of your life.
Looking for stories? How about this non-native English speaker? http://www.gmatpill.com/the-gmat-pill-m ... l-student/
Or how about this liberal arts guy: http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-prep-about ... -exam-wow/
Look at these stories as inspiration. None of them achieved results without a good effort on their part. And none of them walked into the exam room fearful of what was to come.
Maybe some of them were initially scared - but they all went through a preparation process that helped them turn fear into confidence.
. Me myself I have to remember that and always believe that I can score very high on the exam.