Today I have taken my first exame since I started to prepare the GMAT.
From April to June in 2004, I took part in the so-called cramming school. And since then I found this website and started to accompany you. Up to now, I'm still stuck by the AT exam.
Preparing the GMAT test makes me very disappointed.
When preparing, I lose my confidence more and more with each passing day and have no courage to face, at least for me, the difficult exam. Every time I make an error in practice, my confidence lose little. One time I even appointed time to test but cancel it soon. As a non-native English speaker, I really did not know what to deal with the GMAT.
Today, my score is very poor, only 560.
now I feel overwhelmingly frustrated. I was born in 1978 and got more and more old year after year. I originally managed to apply school in 2005, but now there is no time. I have no choice and can only apply in 2006. But I still cannot overcome the test. I don't know whether I should keep going on or give up. Since I started to prepare, I have read the OG, and done many practice questions. Now I really don't know what to do in next step.
I know my weakness is in verbal, especially RC and CR. When reading CR questions, I always don't know what the author's intention or although know what the author said but I still choose the wrong answer. In RC, because I'm not a native English speaker, my reading speed is very slow. When reading with time pressure, I always feel very nervous. What in earth should I do?
Tonight, I'm overwhelmingly frustrated. My friends told me that I should give up. However, I think if I give up and say goodbye to you, there will be a pity in my whole life.
Friends, could you give me any suggestion or any courage in non-natvie english speaker's position. please.