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HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2008, 20:11
HI,

I dont know how to express my stress recent days!
I got to know GMAT a month ago, and 3 weeks later I will take a test!

I know it's quite crazy. I know everybody prepares for this test at least 6 months. That makes me stressssed!

I can not imagine how difficult it is. I took Prep twice and score 700 and 720.
HOWEVER, I can not answer many questions posted in this forum. The more I practice questions in this forum, the more I got nervous. Is real GMAT that difficult? Most of the questions in the forum is more difficult than what I've done in Test Prep and Test Set (I got 32 Tests Set). Actually I dont believe what I got in Prep scores reflects exactly my GMAT skills now. I know my skills are not that good.

Haizzz, just want to share with you my ..worries :oops:
BTW, who are practicing 32 Tests Set too? A friend of mine suggested this and I did 12 tests. The correct answers are almost 32/37 Quant and 28/41 Verbal :(

Still stressed...But I cant help reading questions in the forum..thinking..chosing..getting wrong..then stressed... :crying
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2008, 22:27
notahug wrote:
HI,

I dont know how to express my stress recent days!
I got to know GMAT a month ago, and 3 weeks later I will take a test!

I know it's quite crazy. I know everybody prepares for this test at least 6 months. That makes me stressssed!

I can not imagine how difficult it is. I took Prep twice and score 700 and 720.
HOWEVER, I can not answer many questions posted in this forum. The more I practice questions in this forum, the more I got nervous. Is real GMAT that difficult? Most of the questions in the forum is more difficult than what I've done in Test Prep and Test Set (I got 32 Tests Set). Actually I dont believe what I got in Prep scores reflects exactly my GMAT skills now. I know my skills are not that good.

Haizzz, just want to share with you my ..worries :oops:
BTW, who are practicing 32 Tests Set too? A friend of mine suggested this and I did 12 tests. The correct answers are almost 32/37 Quant and 28/41 Verbal :(

Still stressed...But I cant help reading questions in the forum..thinking..chosing..getting wrong..then stressed... :crying


Hi, Gmatprep is indicator of score that you can believe in. And the question posted in the forum comes from many source, not official, just for practice. I think, your score in Gmatprep is great and it reflect your ability of successing in test. Do not worry! Practice from now on to your time and GO.

Good Luck and do not share your exprience! :-D
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2008, 15:56
Also, remember that a lot of the questions on GMATclub that members display are higher level questions. you may not get all of them correct but you are expanding your question base. I am certain with your prep scores, you will join the 700 club.
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2008, 16:00
notahug you can be confident that gmatprep score is closer to ur real level. Most questions on these forums are the most difficult questions around (otherwise people wont be posting them). Focus on accuracy and on not making silly errors and you'll be fine.
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2008, 17:09
Tks you guys!

Yes my weakness is "silly mistakes"!
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2008, 03:28
Great u have identified your mistakes and decided to improve.
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2008, 06:37
I think You have a good chance not a hug. Focus on speed and accuracy. Plus don't forget the most important thing try to enjoy the experience. That's very important. DO that and watch your confidence soar.

No doubt I know you'll soon be initiated into the 700club.
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Re: HI...I need your advice! [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2008, 12:27
My problem is i will get questions on this forum correct but not on the real thing..haha

i think its the easier question that worry me the most...there you have the most chance of making silly mistakes
Re: HI...I need your advice!   [#permalink] 04 Apr 2008, 12:27
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