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This Dammnn GMAT!!! (I m in love with it) [#permalink]
25 Jun 2009, 08:39
With a five years work experience, four years of post marriage life, three daughters and a cost & management accountant degree in my hand, I am all set to crack that exam, which is known as GMAT.
About 8 months ago, I came to know this word (GMAT) for the very first time. After that, I am running ahead and this dammn thing is following me every where. In my office, at home, with friends every where I think of this cracker. My wife is sick of it and so do my friends. I have no longer the tension of loosing job, rather my new tension (after my love) is this dammn word.
Now you guys will be interested to know that what I have done so far?? The answer is "Nil". After having months of on & off days study (I have a new baby), I think that I have done nothing. My initial plan to crack it in May 2009 has gone to hell and now it seems to be the month of October 2009.
Still have to do the IELTS!! Want only one attempt of GMAT due to cost of it (The cost is material in a country like Pakistan). During all this phase, I found GMAT club, one thing it has provided to me and that is preparation material of P & C, Probability.
Through this post, I request all of you to pray for a person, the life of whom is waiting for a twist, provided appropriate GMAT score hits him!!!!
Now , the best way to start the Gmat preparation is to take a diagnostic test and to check where you stand. For this purpose , GMAC provides two tests (GmatPrep). Depending on your scores in Verbal and Quant , you may decide your preparation strategy.
Please let us know in case you have any further doubts. Theres much more material / help here at GmatClub than I could ever post in a reply. Just look around and you will feel amazing. _________________
Re: This Dammnn GMAT!!! (I m in love with it) [#permalink]
25 Jun 2009, 10:41
Welcome to GMATClub Hussain!
Just follow the advice Amolsk11 provided to get you started and you will be on the way to a great GMAT score. We have a lot of materials, so search and look around. If any questions come up - post them!
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