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# 770, AWA 6.0... feels good man

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30 Apr 2010, 23:34
gr8 score Nick...congrats

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01 May 2010, 17:32
Wow, that is a fantastic score! You put most 700-clubers to shame.
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02 May 2010, 01:56
really impressive score! How many hours did you weekly spend in those 3 months studying for the gmat?

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02 May 2010, 02:52
I can't really tell you how many hours I studied for (I don't remember), but I will tell you that time wise, I was probably more fortunate that many here. Basically I dedicated the 2 or 3 weeks before the exam completely to the GMAT, and the month or two before that I was not very busy at all, so could afford to study as much as I wanted to.

Basically I went over the quant & verbal review/strategy sections of the Kaplan book, then I did all of the questions in OG12 and finally I did the practice exams I listed in my original post. In between that I visited this website a lot and did as many of the questions on the quant forum as I could.

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02 May 2010, 08:49
how you manage to sit thr the full exam? when i did the mock test, towards the end of the quad test, i can't think straight already...

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02 May 2010, 08:51
Yes, I agree, it can be quite a challenge, but the adrenaline (and a few Red Bulls) keeps you on edge during the real thing.

Edit: I forgot to mention that I used ear plugs throughout the exam. I usually don't do this but I found that it helped a lot (especially since there were many people all pounding away at their keyboards).

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