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Tests [#permalink] New post 23 Jun 2004, 15:58
I am planning to take the gmat the 1st week in September. This will be my 3rd attempt.

I was wondering how many CAT'S I should take. My thoughts were about 6.

If anyone has any suggestions I am all ears.


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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2004, 06:52
That depends...how many and which practice tests did you take for the first two attemps? There are only so many out there, and if you've already taken them, it won't help very much to retake the same ones.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2004, 09:30
hello

U have good amount of weeks left for the prep. do it well smart and always ask urself how U can get to do a particular problem the quickest and the easiest way...

test: IF u HAVE TAKEN THE test twice before U must be knowing a lot more... but watever test U want to attempt as a practic...attempt it with all prevailing conditions that exsist on the D-day...

also the number does matter but not more than the ''way'' U approach the test... simulate the conditions and do NOT OVER-BURDEN UR BRAIN...

plan the number and the days on which U wish to take the etsts...

also watch out for the suggestions given on this and other good clubs ... U might have an ACE ... cos the experience of the other help us better many a TIME...

rEst, plan well... and more important than that ...IMPLEMENT THE PLAN BLOODY WEL..

HOPE THAT HELPS!

Have fun :-D

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 [#permalink] New post 30 Jun 2004, 00:43
Hey,

Don't worry.. be happy!

Try to space your CATs, analyse what went wrong on one and try not to repeat the same errors on the rest. That, I feel, is the key to a high GMAT score.

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