Will Your Anxiety Hurt Your GMAT/GRE Score?

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It’s natural to be anxious about the GRE or GMAT – after all, your future educational options could depend on how well you perform. But the bind is this: if test-taking anxiety paralyzes you, you probably won’t perform as well as you could.

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