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# What do you do when you're too lazy to study?

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04 Jul 2007, 06:35
Man somebody help me focus!!!!
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04 Jul 2007, 09:04

1. Bust some alien @ on your playstation/xbox/wii/whatever you use.
2. post on gmatclub
3. chill out

and then get back to work cheer up buddy...
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13 Jul 2007, 04:58
read share your gmat exp section on gmat forum .
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13 Jul 2007, 05:26
I really hope you remember what is at stake and what you you stand to gain after getting a job post-MBA.
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30 Jul 2007, 16:06
it takes both hard work and hard play, in my opinion.

I put in 20 hours studying this weekend. Ended Sunday with some time in the hot tubs drinking vodka with a splash of soda water for color for a few hours.

Set time goals and meet them, then enjoy some downtime so you can do it all again the next day.
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31 Jul 2007, 02:41
zakk wrote:
it takes both hard work and hard play, in my opinion.

I put in 20 hours studying this weekend. Ended Sunday with some time in the hot tubs drinking vodka with a splash of soda water for color for a few hours.

Set time goals and meet them, then enjoy some downtime so you can do it all again the next day.

Thats the way to do it...

I dont have a laptop...so tentative test center is my work place.... most of the time i doddle around, browse the forum. Usually at home i chill with TV.

however i am procrastinator... sleeping and day dreaming keeps me busy when i am stretching my cerebral muscles on Verbal.

FP
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