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Happy end to the long journey from 570 to 730!

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Re: Happy end to the long journey from 570 to 730! [#permalink] New post 03 Jul 2012, 14:54
I see you used Kaplan 800 at the last moment. Do you think we should start it before 3-4 weeks, to give enough time to practice those advanced strategies?
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Re: Happy end to the long journey from 570 to 730! [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2012, 17:14
prashantponde wrote:
I see you used Kaplan 800 at the last moment. Do you think we should start it before 3-4 weeks, to give enough time to practice those advanced strategies?



I do think that Kaplan 800 was a more advanced level, and i used it at the end also because i didn't have time to get around it before, but i would think it's a good idea to start earlier. although if you feel like you can't get much right answers, it could lower your motivation but it is definitely good practice for really hard problems.
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Re: Happy end to the long journey from 570 to 730! [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2013, 04:20
I can absolutely resonate with what your story. My first attempt at GMAT yielded a 660 but my second attempt yielded a 610. I gave the GMAT a second time even though I was not close to my ideal score because I was so sick of studying for it. The GMAT preparation had taken my life from me, I mean literally. After the 610 I feel that I am not fit to do an MBA and I am not in a position to apply to the colleges I want too. Your story has shown me a ray of hope, but I am still tormented by my second GMAT result. I hope to overcome that soon.!
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