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GMAT Celebratory Night on Broadway! [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2012, 08:55
I recently took my GMAT and increased my score by 110 points. It was a ton of work and after that, I was finally ready to do something other than read my GMAT books or do practice tests/problems.

A couple of months ago, I saw that one of my favorite actors (John C. McGinley, Dr. Cox from Scrubs) was going to be on Broadway in a David Mamet show (a writer whose work I really enjoy). The show has a crazy cast - McGinley, Al Pacino, Richard Schiff, Bobby Cannavale. I bought tickets for my wife and I and we invited my in-laws.

The show was really awesome. I recommend it to anyone in the area that has the ability to get to NYC. After the show I went outside to try to get my Playbill signed by the cast and ended up getting everybody on it (including Pacino!!)

It was so nice to get out and do something not related to the GMAT/MBA App stuff. Make sure you guys give yourselves a night off once in a while. This stuff can be overwhelming and it's really good to get out and do something different.

So what fun thing did you do after you got a score you were satisfied with on your GMAT? Or after you got into your dream school?

-Ryan

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GMAT Celebratory Night on Broadway!   [#permalink] 09 Nov 2012, 08:55
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