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I'll be taking my GMAT on the 21st, nine days and counting. As expexted I'm very nervous and anxious. I have a question, what do you all suggest I do within the last few days I have left to maxmimize my score. My target score is around 620 and I've been sleeping with the OG, going over all the exercises and tests. I also have a PR book that I'm working with.
I started off taking practice tests for 2 months with Arco and was scoring pretty well. Then I discovered how easy the tests were. I wouldn't consider my two months a total waste because I have picked up a lot of key concepts I just need help shoring things up.
Hi, you could consider taking 1 CD test per day until the exam and just have the last day in total rest. Agree that ARCO tests are more generous than other test prep scores but the most important is that you do not become overly stressed out. Depending on how much time you have per day, you can also try to solve problems in the math and verbal forums. Good luck. _________________
How to spend last few days before the test? I'd say take it easy, revew your notes, do few problems here and there, nothing major. Do a practice test or two but don't wear yourslef down. Personally I didn't do a single practice test for 5 days before the test.
I can just see myself getting very nervous in the days coming up. I'm trying hard to fight that but it's not easy. I just keep practicing and practicing. One day I feel I'm OK, the next day I'm feeling down. Spraky can tel you this is the second post like this that I've put up on the forum which explains my aniexty.
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