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Burnout :( [#permalink] New post 18 May 2010, 07:23
Even though I haven't taken my exam yet. I seem to have lost the initial drive/focus/discipline which I had to get an awesome score and I feel the reason is that I started the studying process 4-5 months before the exam, Bad Idea!

Bad idea because what I did in the first 3 months was just dilly dally and not really study with full concentration, but still cut out my social life, all fun activities and basically a fake attempt at studying for the GMAT (in reality would study for barely an hour and half and play FIFA 10 for 2-3 hrs)

So now when I am less than 4 weeks away, I am bored, annoyed and in general think that this process is taking too long. I did improve my score from 540 to 640 but still not even close to 700...:(

Why am I derailed!!

anybody facing the same situation ...any advice!
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Re: Burnout :( [#permalink] New post 18 May 2010, 07:34
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Plenty of people, right here!
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It is all about how badly you want it and how much you are willing to prioritize your time. Modern world is full of distractions :(

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Re: Burnout :(   [#permalink] 18 May 2010, 07:34
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