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Strategy? [#permalink] New post 03 Feb 2009, 06:02
I think my problem is stamina. So my strategy is to take at least one exam each day 4 days before the exam. And maybe rest the day before the exam to clear my thoughts. Do you think this is an effective strategy or will it just burn me out? Any input would be appreciated!
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Re: Strategy? [#permalink] New post 03 Feb 2009, 10:25
GMATaGoGo wrote:
I think my problem is stamina. So my strategy is to take at least one exam each day 4 days before the exam. And maybe rest the day before the exam to clear my thoughts. Do you think this is an effective strategy or will it just burn me out? Any input would be appreciated!



You are right, this may burn you out. This can be a very risky strategy to follow.

Try not to have too many practice tests near your real exam. In fact, I have seen few experts (on this forum and another) say that the last week, try not to take any tests. Just revise the concepts and go over your weak areas ( use the error log for this ).

How many days before your exam are you now?
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Re: Strategy? [#permalink] New post 03 Feb 2009, 14:04
Might be too many. I took two tests the week before mine. My test was a Wednesday and I took a test on Saturday and Sunday. Reviewed the tests on Monday along with some study, and then some light review of concepts on Tuesday.
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