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Hi!

I was just wondering - why not have a separate sub-forum for Debriefs and GMAT Journey.

The reason why I am suggesting the same is because the purpose of a debrief thread and a GMAT Journey thread is different, and thus they must be treated differently!

A debrief thread is used to pass on valuable information regarding factors which resulted in them attaining a particular score. In such threads, people mostly just express their gratitude and move on.

A GMAT Journey thread is used to keep the members of the forum posted on the steps taken by the thread creator to reach his/her target score. In such threads, veteran members can actively share their advice and give guidance to future test takers.

I would like to know what you think of this
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Re: Sub Forum in Share Your GMAT Experience Section [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2011, 08:41
I appreciate your concern for the improvement.

But I think the Gmat forum under Gmat section serves the purpose of Gmat journey.
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Re: Sub Forum in Share Your GMAT Experience Section [#permalink] New post 09 Feb 2011, 21:59
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Thank you. We have considered this option and I still revisit the idea from time to time.
I think a better option may be to create a sticky that would collect all the journey threads. The issue with sub-forums is that they get lost and few people visit them...
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Re: Sub Forum in Share Your GMAT Experience Section [#permalink] New post 09 Feb 2011, 22:01
I agree :)

I think Whiplash's Journey thread is pretty awesome :D
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