For starters, I think that you're suffering from GMAT fatigue. So the most important thing to do is take a few weeks off from anything GMAT-related.
For me, I never really thought about a specific score. It just seemed impossible. How does one specifically aim for a 700 anyway? Do I need to make sure that I answer x number of questions correctly? How many upper-level difficulty questions should I get? There are a million other questions like these to think about and that's just exhausting. Instead, I just focused on one thing: doing the best that I could.
Goals are important, but don't obsess about some number; just do everything that you can to perform at your best on the test.
i second you bmillan01... i kind of bombed too before... i am just working on my goal to secure a MBA seat in a world class MBA university and thats the goal....i will just work towards it to give it a good fight...thats all in my mind...i am planning for 29th of Jun-12 as my EXAM Date... hope i will be in super confidence by then..
Yes to change the mindset, it would definately takes time, but it would be for good... because change,stress are all part of the job that we would have post the MBA and in fact this GMAT prepares us indirectly to it...
Note: Give me kudos if my approach is right , else help me understand where i am missing.. I want to bell the GMAT Cat
Satyameva Jayate - Truth alone triumphs