My GMAT prep has been on and off for the past few months. Preceding that I had the same on-off relationship with my country's local MBA admission test (similar to GMAT in some ways while different in some). Now another wave (hopefully longer than before) of GMAT prep has taken hold of me and I vow (once again) to be serious in my prep.
For that, I started off with the Official GMAT Guide book. (Thinking that I must have reached at least somewhere with my on-off preps)....I gave the Diagnostic Test given at the beginning of the book and my result was okay-ish. (Excellent in Problem Solving, and Above Average in all other areas). But now I am seeing "Starting off with the Official GMAT guide" listed as one of the common mistakes made by the prospective candidates.
This has thrown me off the road a bit. Please let me know if the path I was walking on may be trodden....maybe less frequently, but okay in my case at least.
Thanks in advance.
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