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Do you think I am ready? [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2010, 11:18
First, I want to say hi to everyone!

So here's my situation...

I am taking the GMAT last minute in order to enroll this spring at my local university. I have already applied and met with an advisor. They told me all they needed was GMAT score greater than 500. I have spent the last couple weeks preparing for my test (Wednesday 1/13). This last week I took four CATs:

GMAT Prep#1 560 (Q35,V32)
Kaplan 2010 CAT #4 550 (Q34,V29)
Manhattan Free 540 (Q33,V32)
GMAT Prep #2 510 (Q35,V25)*

*I was a little burned out on GMAT Prep #2 and finished the verbal too fast (about 20 mins left)

This is my last few days of preparation and I am starting to get nervous. Most people on here are aiming for big scores 650-700+, but I just don't have the time or drive to achieve those kinda of scores (plus I am just going to my local university and I am not looking to get into a top B-school). Anyone have any last minutes study tips/ideas and do you guys think my practice scores are high enough??

Thanks for any feedback!!! This is really a great site and I will definitely pass it along to others. Good luck to everyone else in their test preparations!!
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Re: Do you think I am ready? [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2010, 12:56
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You are close. I would say, spend next few days taking full length tests (with AWA) and then look through your mistakes and try to figure out what went wrong and how to do better next time. Even as few as 2 tests will make a difference. Keep pushing but don't burn out the last few days - make sure you are not somewhat rested and have energy on the day of.
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Re: Do you think I am ready?   [#permalink] 09 Jan 2010, 12:56
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