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Rescheduling for a week later. Waste of $50? [#permalink] ### Show Tags 15 Nov 2012, 17:14 I'm considering rescheduling my G-day. I'm about a week and a half away from my scheduled date but I'm not feeling very confident at this point. This is a retake and I'm probably putting additional unnecessary pressure on myself. The only available day I could reschedule to is exactly a week after my currently scheduled day (primarily due to work obligations). Is it worth spending$50 for one extra week of practice?

Half of me is thinking $50 is a small price to pay for an additional week of self confidence building practice. The other half of me is thinking just stick with the original date (how much more could you possibly learn in only 7 days?). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Posted from my mobile device SVP Joined: 16 Nov 2010 Posts: 1672 Location: United States (IN) Concentration: Strategy, Technology Followers: 33 Kudos [?]: 514 [1] , given: 36 Re: Rescheduling for a week later. Waste of$50? [#permalink]

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What exactly do you want to do in the intervening one week ? Do you have any plan of action to improve on weak area(s) to gain confidence, or do you think just a breather of 1 week will be good for you ? If you want to do something concrete in the 1 week such as taking a few more full length tests to improve your stamina and focus, then it could be worth it, otherwise no.
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Joined: 25 Jun 2012
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Location: United States
GMAT 1: 700 Q47 V40
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Re: Rescheduling for a week later. Waste of $50? [#permalink] ### Show Tags 15 Nov 2012, 17:59 Thanks for the quick reply subhashgosh. I definitely do not plan on doing nothing for the week, I'll probably forget everything with my memory! Your post did get me thinking about how that week could be utilized though. I do have a few GMAT club quant tests that haven't been taken yet. Those things are brutal but I think ironing out the details in the final week could prove beneficial. Posted from my mobile device Re: Rescheduling for a week later. Waste of$50?   [#permalink] 15 Nov 2012, 17:59
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