you're saying to not even to do anything gmat related the day before?
what the heck do you do then
im taking it monday 11:15am
This is related to any and every exam or performance. Nothing. You do something that helps you release feel good hormones or endorphins.
This is scientifically proven.
You know the great Ronaldo?(I am not talking about Cristianos here), they say he had sex before the match.
You look at the best athletes in the world, they take a break or play a different sport altogether before the a big game. Why else do you think the Indian cricket team would play football?
Yes, to just be happy and mentally prepared.
You could either learn from that or do what most people do - learn through experience(s). (others' or your own).
I scored a 640/620/680/710 on Kaplan
mocks(I know nowhere closer - but I wanted to take a GMAT prep too) and I did take one a day before the exam - under pressure scored a 580. I don't know what happened to my spirits and I got a 530 on the actual exam. The only negative I have is that I don't proof read - I still got a 5.5 on the AWAs but that's not the point. I scored an all time low on the verbal. Was my mind wandering off? Was I too tired? WAS I THINKING ABOUT ALL THE THINGS THAT I WAS YESTERDAY? Probably yes. I should've just relaxed and since I assume you know everything by now, a day shouldn't matter to you.A day shouldn't matter to you; if you studied or you didn't.
So son, sit back. You have done all what you could. Don't drink or break a leg. Make love or listen to music or just play your favourite outdoor sport. And remember at the day of the exam you are invincible. You will get what you want cos you need it.
Ho Ho Ho.
all you need is a will.