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I have been preparing for GMAT for last few months and have gone through books to brush up verbal and quant. But for some reason I have fear of final exam. Can someone tell me how I can overcome this fear and prepare such that I can give my exam. Any advice is appreciated.
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Re: Afraid to sit for CAT exam, how can I get rid of fear? [#permalink] New post 22 Jun 2010, 16:20
There's no better remedy for test anxiety than practice. Get comfortable with the test, the environment, the notepad, etc. You'll do fine as long as the anxiety doesn't incapacitate you.

We all get nervous, you're not alone :)
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