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Last week before the exam [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 07:28
This is my last week before my actual exam. I have practice GMATprep, Peterson's ARCO, OG 11th, Kaplan 800 and 800scores.com.

Is there any suggestion what to do on the last week? I don't want to stress myself out too much on doing too many CATs on the last week, any suggestion on what to focus on the last week?

What are the thing I should look out for on the exam day?

Appreicated if you can share your experience!!
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 08:16
Yup, taken two Gmatprep exam last week and score 670 and 680.

How can I spend my last week wisely, any suggestion?? THANKS!!!
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 10:33
Since I'm sure that you've learned all the core concepts that you're going to learn by now, my suggestion would be to relax, but to continue to practice by doing several of the harder problems in the OG everyday, just to keep in practice. Also, if you haven't already, you might want to practice doing a few of the AWA essays. That seems to be an area that a lot of people overlook or ignore in preparation.

Also, I did my last GMATPrep CAT two days before the test. That way, I could fine tune my timing, but not be burnt out on it because I did it too close to test day. On the day of the test (I was lucky because my test wasn't until the evening on a Saturday, so I had all day), I got up, ate breakfast, went over the core concepts for both quant. and verbal (the different equations, triangles, grammatical rules, etc.) and then took a break for a few hours. Then, before I went to the test center I did a few quant. and verbal problems just to get warmed up and into the mind-set.

Good luck on test day!
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 12:02
ishcabibble wrote:
Since I'm sure that you've learned all the core concepts that you're going to learn by now, my suggestion would be to relax, but to continue to practice by doing several of the harder problems in the OG everyday, just to keep in practice. Also, if you haven't already, you might want to practice doing a few of the AWA essays. That seems to be an area that a lot of people overlook or ignore in preparation.

Also, I did my last GMATPrep CAT two days before the test. That way, I could fine tune my timing, but not be burnt out on it because I did it too close to test day. On the day of the test (I was lucky because my test wasn't until the evening on a Saturday, so I had all day), I got up, ate breakfast, went over the core concepts for both quant. and verbal (the different equations, triangles, grammatical rules, etc.) and then took a break for a few hours. Then, before I went to the test center I did a few quant. and verbal problems just to get warmed up and into the mind-set.

Good luck on test day!


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 [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 15:16
mbunny wrote:
Yup, taken two Gmatprep exam last week and score 670 and 680.

How can I spend my last week wisely, any suggestion?? THANKS!!!


Here after just do the GMATPrep questions on this site.
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2007, 17:53
dahcrap wrote:
mbunny wrote:
Yup, taken two Gmatprep exam last week and score 670 and 680.

How can I spend my last week wisely, any suggestion?? THANKS!!!


Here after just do the GMATPrep questions on this site.


I agree... Also retake GMATPrep as many times as you'd like. Not many questions repeat.
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