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GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 05:01
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Hey guys!I have my GMAT in 4 days and I am panicking...I have done GMATprep several times and my scores were between 680-710. I am willing to have around 680 as this should be enough for INSEAD. I have done OG11, Kaplan 800, Quantitative OG, and Manhatan Sentence Correction.

Any last minute recommendations, advices, tips...?

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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 08:54
Relax. With 4 days remaining there isn't all that much you can do to jump your score a lot higher.

Go over your weaker areas hitting the fundamentals. It doesn't do you any good to know the really complex stuff if you miss the easier questions so the CAT never gives you the really hard stuff.

Enjoy it. Sounds odd, but this is a very exciting time. We're all looking at b-school and don't know the future. It's fun to have something new on the horizon. Enjoy that.

DO NOT STRESS OUT! This is a test, and only a test. You are a talented person regardless of what number you score.

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Hey guys!I have my GMAT in 4 days and I am panicking...I have done GMATprep several times and my scores were between 680-710. I am willing to have around 680 as this should be enough for INSEAD. I have done OG11, Kaplan 800, Quantitative OG, and Manhatan Sentence Correction.

Any last minute recommendations, advices, tips...?

Thanks!

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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 10:08
Yeah you are right...the problem is that I can just think at the time I will have to press the button and see my score. I will keep doing GMATprep the next 3 days and then I hope I have a good Monday!
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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 18:52
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make sure you take gmatprep and do it with it the two essays. i think with 4 days left, best thing you can do is prep yourself for the length of the test.

when you actually take the test, there will be a tendency to 'play it conservative'. what i mean is you may fear getting such a bad score you dont get your potential score. try to combat this. ie. dont double check an answer, and spend the time doing it, when you know in your gut you got it right.

let it fly on gmat day. let it fly.
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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 22:18
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All the best Carol!
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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 29 May 2008, 23:24
Thank you guys!Is good to hear some words of support :).
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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 30 May 2008, 12:04
Why on earth are you panicking? You've done some solid prep and are hitting high scores consistently.

Do not spend the next three days retaking GMATPrep tests. Do MAYBE one test, do some practice questions, but otherwise chill. You won't have the physical or mental stamina or calm that you need on test day if you do a GMAT marathon all weekend.
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Re: GMAT in 4 days - Help! [#permalink] New post 30 May 2008, 12:15
Good luck, carol.
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