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Learning Disabilties and the GMAT [#permalink] New post 31 Jan 2005, 23:55
Today, I took the GMAT for my fourth time. I have been studying and preparing for this test for over 14 months. I started at 500, dropped to a 370, back to 470 and now 500. I have learning disabilities and this test has been extremely difficult to conquer. During the test, I feel like I am getting the questions and then my score stinks.

I was wondering if there are any LD GMATers out there. Can anybody give advice for studying?

I have done flashcards, every test prep book, HYPNOTIST. Does anybody have a different and unique way to approach the GMAT? or can relate to my issues. My main problem is that I start to remember answers to questions about 4 questions down the road and then as we all know can not go back.

HELP PLEASE :oops:
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