thank you for your reply.. appreciate it. I will remember not to give any link address in my reply. this reply itself is a trial. hope this gets thru. I did send you a PM for the message that I received from your login, a welcome message. I figured it was more like a automated message.
But I understand how busy you would be replying to so many posts in a day. my previous post was my reply to you thru PM... here it is as well... if you can find time to reply to my post I would really appreciate it.. and btw.. you have got a great thing going here.... thank you much!!
I am amazed how people are able to score 700+ easily. I am struggling bb. Terribly struggling.
To brief... I started perparation on 16th July to be exact. First diagnostic I scored 570. I thought I have some hope. But after that I have given atleast 4 more exams and I am just coinsistently scoring in same range.
I have realized that timing is one problem for me. I am struggling thru last 5 to 10 questions during the test. So I am keeping timer during practice sessions now. But even other wise, other 2 problems I have - silly mistakes, and - some questions like 700+ level questions, I am stuck. I meaning, I cannot even think through the problem calmly. I get irritated I dont know how to solve it.
I work full time and have a 18 month old at home. So it is extremely difficult to find time to study. Still I have been counting my hours of study - almost 100 hrs till now. But I dont know if it has been any helpful. I have booked my exam on 16th Nov. I am rethinking about it now. I dont know if I should may be postpone it. I am aiming for University of Florida part time MBA program here in sunrise florida. So I would like a score of 650 atleast to be comfortable to send the application. But I would like to apply for other colleges out of state as well. So a score above 700 is like a dream right now.
I would appreciate advice about scoring and also about apllying information to UFL - anyone who got into UFL part time, can you please give me some tips?
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